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MANCHESTER UNITED boss Mourinho after victory over Juventus: "Honestly, a draw would have been right"

08.11.2018 00.04 by Claudio Colla  read 425
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Asked by Sky Sport about the unexpected away victory achieved against Juventus, Manchester United boss José Mourinho, from Juventus Stadium mixed zone, stated: "The handcuff gesture? I was insulted all the game long by Juventus supporters. I landed here because my job demanded it, not in order to outrage anyone. People should stop insulting Inter Milan, leave alone my own family. We offered a wonderful performance, at the best of our skills. Of course Juventus are over us, quality-wise, but we spent all game looking for the luck we needed to win. We started featuring more of a position midfield, in order to let Sanchez move on a wide range. Honestly, a draw would have been the right outcome. However, the three points we gained are vital".

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