Jose Mourinho admitted he “shouldn’t have” insulted Juventus fans after Manchester United’s triumph. “I was offended for a hour and a half.”
The previous Inter coach had just exchanged signals and serenades with the group at Old Trafford, however at the last shriek in Turin he started contention when holding his hand to his ear and winking at the Juve fans.
Mourinho has defended his choice to insult the Juventus bolster following a fine 2-1 rebound triumph for the Red Devils in Turin.
Unbeaten in all rivalries so far in 2018-19, Juve looked set for one more win when Cristiano Ronaldo sent them ahead in the second half against battling United.
Yet, Mourinho’s men had different thoughts, drawing level through Juan Mata before Alex Sandro’s last-minute possess objective gave them an inestimable win.
“I was offended for a hour and a half. I came here to carry out my job, not fight,” the Coach disclosed to Sky Sport Italia.
“I didn’t affront anybody toward the end, I simply made a signal that I needed to hear them louder. I most likely shouldn’t have done it, and with a composed mind I wouldn’t have done it, however with my family offended, including my Inter family, I responded this way.
“We played an incredible diversion, to our best level, as we can’t be any superior to this. We came here to play like a group that was against an agree with various potential on each level.
“We figured out how to win since we played an, extremely positive match and we searched for the triumph to the simple end. We searched for it.
“Fellaini changes the diversion, regularly at home. We didn’t have him in the primary leg, Juventus acquainted Barzagli with control us, yet we promptly went direct and got the objectives.
“We presented Juan Mata not for the free kicks, but rather to put the crosses in for Fellaini, who dependably commands noticeable all around.
“A point or three would’ve changed little for Juventus, yet three has a major effect to us. I guess a draw would’ve been the correct outcome.”