"It was just our present to them".
Nineteen years after Sir Alex Ferguson's Treble winners overturned a 2-0 deficit to win 3-2 in Turin, Mourinho's men showed similar fighting spirit to win this game.
Mourinho said: "Probably when Manchester United had heroics here (in 2003), Manchester United was the best team. Here [in Turin], we were lucky to win in the last minute, against Chelsea we were unlucky not to win in last minute", Mourinho added. Mourinho was confronted by Juventus defender Bonucci, who was visibly displeased at the two-time European champion's celebrations, but United captain Ashley Young was quick to step in and separate the two from further squabbles.
United kept possession very patiently but without Romelu Lukaku did not have a clear threat up front. I don't buy into the view that he is not a big-game player - you only have to look at his performance in the World Cup final to see that he is.
The Swedish journalist brought up the moment, "when you went out and celebrated, Juventus players were obviously very upset".
Then just after the hour, Bonucci played a wonderful ball over the top for Ronaldo whose side-foot volley whistled past De Gea to open the scoring. Another great goal in the Champions League for Ronaldo, and he seems to be collecting them at the Allianz Stadium after the unforgettable overhead kick for Real Madrid there last season. They had chances but in the second half it was a fantastic goal from Cristiano Ronaldo. "I was happy for the goal but disappointed because we should have won the game easily by three or four goals".
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Pogba didn't excel, but he was well received at his former club on his return to Italy.
The trip to the Etihad offers United the chance to secure another statement win and silence critics that had grown during a poor start to the season.
A confident Mata knew he had to take the set-piece.
However, prior to Wednesday, Juventus hadn't lost all season. City have scored 12 goals in their last two matches and are in unbelievable form, with Riyad Mahrez showing why he was right to leave Leicester and join a bigger club.
"So I tried to do what I do in training a lot of times, practicing, practicing".
PSG are third in Group C after their battling 1-1 draw with Napoli in the Stadio San Paolo cauldron, and while they are only one point behind leaders Liverpool, Tuchel's side have only managed to beat Red Star Belgrade in four matches.