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Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho taunts Juventus crowd

Attending the Juventus against Manchester United game on Wednesday certainly lived up to a great night. "The most important thing is the three points".

FW Jesse Lingard, 6 - Back in the team after seven games out but started well, finding pockets of space in the first half, particularly when United were trying to break.

"I don't like to compare situations", Herrera said, reflecting on the win that delayed City's Premier League title celebrations last term. "What he proved in Turin was that he can still give his team the tactics to make them competitive against superior opponents", he told the Daily Mail.

Jose Mourinho has revealed his gesture to Juventus fans after Manchester United's 2-1 win in Turin was payback for "90 minutes" of insults.

It was their substitutes, Juan Mata and Marouane Fellaini, who helped make the difference after coming on in the 79th minute, so Mourinho deserves credit for that change. That changed the balance in midfield and left Juve disjointed.

Both Fellaini and Pogba were in the vicinity when Ashley Young's free-kick caused havoc, resulting in an Alex Sandro own goal.

"Look, I've not got a problem with it", Murphy said.

After two goals in the final four minutes secured a vital three points in Europe, Mourinho responded to persistent abuse from the Juve fans, aware of his history as a former manager of rivals Inter, by cupping his hand to his ear.

Wednesday was the third time in their past six matches that United have come from a goal down to win.

"But the way he's sustained his career and even improved year on year is just unbelievable", Rashford told Manchester United's official website.

While United players celebrated wildly, Mourinho had other ideas.

This time he had another win to celebrate, after watching his team fight back from Cristiano Ronaldo's spectacular opening goal.

"And I think even if this game doesn't end with a victory, I would have the same feeling that the team played really, really well from the first minute - I repeat - against a super team".

And in a post-match interview with Swedish broadcaster Viasat, the United boss also settled another score.

Napoli, who have mostly failed to transfer their recent domestic revival to the European stage, were unlucky to not have won at least one of their two clashes with megabucks PSG and on Tuesday gave as good as they got in their 1-1 draw with Thomas Tuchel's side.

Regardless of how well they are playing, however, it's going to be very tough for them against Manchester City on Sunday.

Allegri was asked if he would have reacted similarly to Mourinho.

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