Jose Mourinho reveals tactics for Man City game, fans will be shocked

Juventus 1-2 Manchester United

Lingard, who came through Manchester United's youth academy, posted a photograph of him mocking Ronaldo's goal celebration, in which he raised his jersey to display a set of very chiseled abs, along with the hashtag 'Who did it better?'

"It's a fantastic victory for us, a victory that is not just about the points we lost at home but the feeling of how well we played", said Mourinho.

United were the last team to win a Premier League game at the Etihad Stadium and, despite a mixed start to the season, will head there full of confidence after fighting back against Bournemouth and Juventus to win both games 2-1.

Sami Khedira and Paulo Dybala both hit the woodwork before five-time Ballon d'Or victor Ronaldo brought the capacity 41,470 crowd to their feet when he hammered home Bonucci's long pass from just inside United's half.

Ronaldo's superb volley - his first European goal for Juventus - had put the Italian champions in control after 65 minutes, two weeks after Dybala scored in the only goal at Old Trafford.

"It is just one more game".

"We dominated the game for 90 minutes, had so many chances, could've killed it off three or four times, but we relaxed and were punished."

"I can not say we are going to be successful in our motivations, in our desire, but we played two hard matches away against two very good teams, Chelsea and Juventus, and we managed to get good results".

Juve were then left in shock as Ashley Young´s free-kick from the left bounced in off a combination of Bonucci and Alex Sandro after a frantic scramble in front of goal.

"The Champions League is a special competition, where you could be winning, but can't relax, as anything can happen", Ronaldo said in an interview with Sky Sport Italia .

"We played a fantastic game, to our top level, as we can not be any better than this". Because it's clear the team is growing up, but we have to grow up in our compactness and start matches well.

Mourinho confirmed striker Romelu Lukaku is back in training after missing the club's last three matches, yet it remains to be seen whether the Belgian forward will get back into a United team that has showed more attacking fluidity in his absence.

Allegri added: "It leaves a bitter taste in the mouth, but we can't win all the time".

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