Carlo Ancelotti was sent off after seeing Everton denied a second-half stoppage time equaliser against Manchester United.

Dominic Calvert-Lewin had sent Goodison Park into raptures after seemingly netting a 92nd minute winner.

But video assistant referee Jon Moss ruled that Gylfi Sigurdsson was offside when the shot deflected in off Harry Maguire.

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Ancelotti saw red after the final whistle although the Italian says that he “did not disrespect” referee Chris Kavanagh.

There have been many memorable incidents of managers being sent off in recent years.

From kicking bottles to headbutts, here are some of the best incidents of managers seeing red in the past…

Arsene Wenger

Where else to begin?

Arsenal were denied a stoppage time equaliser in a 2-1 defeat at Manchester United in August 2009.

Robin van Persie’s late leveller was by disallowed by referee Mike Dean after William Gallas strayed offside.

Dean dismissed Wenger after the Arsenal boss lost his temper, kicking a plastic water bottle in frustration.

The Frenchman initially retreated to the back of the visiting team’s area, but Dean insisted Wenger move into the stands amongst the United supporters.

Wenger stood with his arms aloft, providing one of the Premier League’s more famous images.

Nuno Espirito Santo

Nuno Espirito Santo saw red for joining in the Wolves celebrations in January 2019.

The Portuguese ran down the touchline to celebrate Diogo Jota’s late winner in a 4-3 win over Leicester City.

He was sent off by referee Kavanagh after returning to the dugout.

Nuno admitted afterwards that he “deserved to be sent off” and was later fined £8,000 by the FA.

Jose Mourinho

Jose Mourinho is no stranger to a trip to the stands.

Mourinho was dismissed in the closing stages of Manchester United’s win at Southampton in September 2017, and in Chelsea’s win over Liverpool in the 2005 Carling Cup final.

But it’s his expulsion in an October 2013 win over Cardiff City in his second spell in charge of Chelsea that makes our list.

The Portuguese’s growing frustration with Cardiff’s apparent time-wasting in the 4-1 victory led to his sending off.

Mourinho spent the final 20 minutes sitting amongst Chelsea supporters behind the home dugout, with one fan using Twitter to post a picture of himself sitting next to the Blues manager.

Alan Pardew

Alan Pardew headbutted David Meyler in Newcastle’s 4-1 win at Hull City in March 2014.

Pardew was angered when Meyler shoved past him in an attempt to quickly take a throw-in.

The pair came together, and the then-Magpies boss pushed his head into Meyler’s face.

A fracas ensued and referee Kevin Friend ordered Pardew to the stands.

Newcastle issued Pardew with a £100,000 fine and a formal warning.

Andy Hessenthaler

Andy Hessenthaler almost became the first player-manager to be sent off twice in September 2003.

Then then-Gillingham manager took his side to Ninian Park to face Cardiff City and named himself amongst the substitutes in South Wales.

Gillingham found themselves 3-0 down after 35 minutes, with Robert Earnshaw scoring a contentious third goal after Gills’ players stopped believing the referee to have awarded a free-kick.

Hessenthaler was sent to the stands but then re-appeared with his kit on and was brought on as a substitute.

He was booked with 10 minutes to go but he survived the closing stages to avoid going into the record books as the first player-manager to be sent off twice.

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