Ronaldo: Man United did nothing deserving victory, we gifted the match to them

Two late goals saw Jose Mourinho’s side fought against eminent loss to cause Juventus’ first annihilation of the season on Wednesday

Cristiano Ronaldo claims previous side Manchester United “did nothing to merit” their stun 2-1 prevail upon Juventus in Turin on Wednesday.

A dazzling volley from Ronaldo hoped to have won a key Champions League conflict for the Bianconeri, just for Juan Mata’s free-kick and an Alex Sandro possess goal to bless United every one of the three late on.

The home side had a lot of opportunities to kill the match in the second half, with any semblance of Paulo Dybala and Juan Cuadrado all blameworthy of passing up on some brilliant chances, however the presentation of Marouane Fellaini for United appeared to unsettle the plumes of Juventus’ backline.

Ronaldo had no sensitivity for his previous group at full-time and said Juventus skilled three points to the Red Devils.

“The Champions League is an exceptional rivalry, where you could be winning, yet can’t unwind, as anything can occur,” Ronaldo disclosed to Sky Sport Italia.

“We ruled the game for a hour and a half, had such a significant number of possibilities, could’ve killed it off three or four times, yet we relaxed and were rebuffed.

“Manchester United did nothing to win. You can’t discuss good fortune, since you need to locate your very own fortunes and for this situation we simply gifted it to them.

“Presently we must lift our heads, as we played extremely well and the best in the group.”

The stun triumph for United has abandoned them in a brilliant position to qualify from Group H, with Mourinho’s side recovering second place from Valencia and now only two behind pioneers Juventus.

The Serie A bosses will in any case hope to advance to the knockout stages, with only one more triumph required to promise them a place in the last 16.

Chief Giorgio Chiellini pummeled his group following the match on Wednesday and guaranteed that an outcome like this had been on the cards for quite a while.

“We need to go the distance and in the event that we are to do that, we should gain from this kind of mix-up,” Chiellini revealed to Sky Sport Italia.

“We’ve been undermining this kind of chaos for a couple of diversions, to be completely forthright, as we get excessively self-satisfied and run hazards that are absolutely superfluous.

“Possibly now we’ll get our heads down and center the manner in which we have to in each and every match, underestimating nothing.”

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