Watch: Jesse Marsch and Bruno Lage yell at each other after Leeds beat Wolves

Leeds boss Jesse Marsch and Wolves manager Bruno Lage are unlikely to be sharing a friendly glass of wine after the Yorkshire side's opening Premier League win of the season.

The two managers first clashed after Wolves striker Hwang Hee-Chan went to ground under a first-half challenge and were involved in another heated exchange again at the final whistle.

However, Marsch laughed off the verbal battle when quizzed in the post-match press conference, even though he recalled a similar incident with Lage in his fourth game in charge of Leeds, which they won 3-2 at Molineux last season.

The Leeds boss said: "It's normal in some ways. I respect Bruno a lot, he does a great job with his team, so no problem.

"You can go back to Wolves last year, oh yeah. There's emotion in these moments. I wanted to be respectful afterwards and it didn't quite go that way.

"But I'm OK. I think he's OK too."

Lage explained he had taken exception to something Marsch had said on the touchline in the first half, but would not reveal the details.

"It's my opinion and nothing against the manager," the Portuguese said. "They won, absolutely great. But there was a point in the first half that I heard something that I didn't like.

"I said to him and after when you come at the end and say you want to apologise, I just said you cannot say those things.

"There are some things you cannot say. I just said that and after I didn't listen."

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