Manchester United love to prove people wrong, claims French star

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"That's true, I received an offer from them [City] and even talked to my Brazilian team-mates who play for our neighbours", Fred said. "I didn't insult them. But I respect Juventus, their players, the manager, the quality they have".

The England winger has taken a shot at Cristiano Ronaldo's midriff-baring goal celebration on social media, after two late strikes from the English side cancelled out Ronaldo's stunning opener in Turin on Wednesday evening.

Manchester United will now switch their focus back to Premier League affairs and their crunch clash at Manchester City on Sunday.

Juventus let slip a 1-0 lead when Juan Mata struck a superb free-kick in the 86th minute, before Alex Sandro diverted the ball into his own net with a minute of normal time left.

Mourinho was involved in a post-game bust-up with Leonardo Bonucci when the Juventus star confronted the United boss for taunting the home fans.

It was Juve's first loss in any competition this season. "I came here to do my job, nothing more", the coach told Sky Sport Italia.

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"But the others didn't forget".

Juventus are top of Group H on nine points - two points ahead of United - with Valencia now on five and Swiss club Young Boys eliminated after losing 3-1 to the Spaniards.

Mourinho's celebrations after the match caused a stir as he cupped his hand to his ear to the home crowd but he deserved an enormous amount of credit for the shock result. We didn't have him in the first leg, Juventus introduced (Andrea) Barzagli to control us, but we immediately went direct and got the goals.

"So I tried to do what I do in training a lot of times, practicing, practicing".

Asked if he would have reacted like Mourinho, Allegri replied: "No, I leave the pitch immediately to avoid reacting".

"Every derby match is different, just like every season is different". "If you want to go in a positive way, it is easy to feel a team that does not give up, always find a way to fight back, sometimes changing results, sometimes not, but we are a team that has that collective spirit to fight back but is not always possible".

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