Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has played down his rift with Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger during the Blues 2-0 victory over the Gunners on Sunday.

The French boss pushed Mourinho in the chest just after Gary Cahill made a tough challenge on Alexis Sanchez.

Mourinho says he has "no problem" with Wenger as it was part of the game and claimed he didn't do anything wrong: "I do so many wrong things in football, but not this time.

"He was coming to my technical area. He was coming to press the referee to give a red card and I didn't like that. Big rivals, important game for both teams. This conditions make a game of emotion."

The Blues secured their sixth win out of seven Premier League games through goals from Eden Hazard and Diego Costa, who has already scored nine goals since his arrival at Stamford Bridge this summer.

Mourinho said he was happy with the victory and has lavished praise Hazard, who converted the penalty for the opener after been brought down by Laurent Koscielny following a great solo run.

"He [Hazard] was very good. In the same way I didn't like it against Villa, today I liked it very, very much. In these matches you need one of your top players to take some magic cards out of his pocket. Hazard did it when it was 0-0.

"We played against a good Arsenal. We play well. We beat them without problems, which is fantastic. We played very well, defensively very well. We deserve the victory.

"We played against a good Arsenal. They gave us a difficult game, but we could deal with it without problems. We controlled Ozil and Alexis coming inside and put pressure on them. Defensively we played very, very well."

Meanwhile, speaking about Cesc Fàbregas' performance, he said: "He was fantastic."

"I don't remember a game this season where he was not fantastic. We have people with very consistent performances. Today he showed his commitment with us and professionalism."

Thibaut Courtois was taken off before half-time after a collision with Sanchez.

Mourinho said the goalkeeper went to hospital as a precaution, but the injury is "Nothing to be too much worried about."