"I probably shouldn't have done it, and with a cool head I wouldn't have done it, but with my family insulted, including my Inter family, I reacted like this", Mourinho said. After doing the same against Bournemouth last weekend, this couldbe a turning point for them and their manager, José Mourinho.
'I have confidence in free kicks at the moment, ' he told BT Sport.
Alexis Sanchez also looked in trouble after coming off against Juventus.
Again the back pages are dominated by Mourinho's provocative behaviour at the end.
"I think it's always good to be the outsider, so people expect bad of us and then we surprise people", said Pogba afterwards.
United kept possession very patiently but without Romelu Lukaku did not have a clear threat up front. They kept Juve at arm's length in the first half and looked comfortable until Ronaldo's fantastic finish on 65 minutes.
"We want to play well, we want to go to every stadium and do that, no matter which team we are against". "That Cristiano Ronaldo goal was handsome and the player [Leonardo Bonucci] that made that attractive pass, is a central defender!"
Even if they had nicked a draw, I would have been delighted.
It's a pity that the United manager's antics have somewhat overshadowed his players' achievements, as while this some of the best football they've played all season. It was very Ronaldo to take off his shirt and show off his 20-pack!
The former striker has insisted that Lingard's off the ball intelligence and his ability to score important goals have made him an integral part of Mourinho's plans.
"It´s not that we spoiled his (Ronaldo) goal, but five minutes from the end this shouldn´t have happened basically", said Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri, whose side fell to their first defeat of the season. "I am really proud of my boys because they did everything". They are a fantastic team with an unbelievable record at home.
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It doesn't bode well ahead of a trip to Manchester City on Sunday.
City has also lost only one match in any competition this season - a 2-1 setback at home against Lyon - and has scored 12 goals in its past two matches.
With Fellaini on the pitch, Juve fell back and became more defensive. I've been really impressed with how he has managed to force his way into Pep Guardiola's plans.
I am a student of the game.
Juventus can punch their ticket to the knockout stage with a win against Manchester United on Wednesday at Allianz Stadium.
'When Mourinho came, the same and we won titles. I wouldn't do it again.