Ronaldo bemoans Juve's Champions League 'present' to Manchester United

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Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho taunts Juventus crowd

Cristiano Ronaldo's magnificent volley had Juve on course for victory but it was the visitors who would land a stunning blow in a Champions League clash to cherish.

Jose Mourinho's side looked on course for back-to-back defeats against the Italian champions following their 1-0 home defeat two weeks ago.

"If we win the next game we are more than comfortable, so our heads are on that as well", United midfielder Jesse Lingard said.

"I didn't realise it was a fantastic goal until I saw the replay", he said. I could speak for a lot of young players and United fans that watched the team when he was here and the majority of us have followed him as he's moved on in his career and that's what's special about United.

After two goals in the final four minutes secured a vital three points in Europe, Mourinho responded to persistent abuse from the Juve fans, aware of his history as a former manager of rivals Inter, by cupping his hand to his ear.

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Kyle Busch , a seven-time victor this year, and defending Cup champion Martin Truex Jr . are among the other six title contenders. After the first of the late restarts, Harvick was on the inside and was able to keep Blaney from clearing him on the backstretch.

The 20-year-old had been used primarily as a substitute this season but could spearhead the United attack if necessary. But even so United won and that was a good sign. "I think in that game we left it a bit too late, but we learnt from it and we go again".

I'm not sure whether Lukaku's absence has affected their approach, but Sánchez definitely offers something different when he plays in the striker role. They nearly let United back into it at Old Trafford after switching off and this time they were punished for missing gilt-edge chances by a cynical away side. City have scored 12 goals in their last two matches and are in unbelievable form, with Riyad Mahrez showing why he was right to leave Leicester and join a bigger club. If they can show the patience they did against Juventus then it could be a good day for his team.

Sandro's night may have ended in misery but the Brazilian had a moment to remember as he got past Lingard by putting the ball through his legs on the wing during the first half.

PSG are third in Group C after their battling 1-1 draw with Napoli in the Stadio San Paolo cauldron, and while they are only one point behind leaders Liverpool, Tuchel's side have only managed to beat Red Star Belgrade in four matches.

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

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