& # 39; I told him that it was not necessary to make that gesture & # 39 ;: Paulo Dybala reveals what he said to Jose Mourinho after the manager of Manchester United had taunted the fans of Juventus
- Man United completed a dramatic comeback to stun Juventus on Wednesday
- The United boss Jose Mourinho angered Juve's supporters after the memorable 2-1 victory
- He put his hands on his ears and brought angry feedback from Leonardo Bonucci
- Paulo Dybala went to Mourinho to follow his actions after the game
Kate Mcgreavy for Mailonline
Paulo Dybala has revealed what he said to Jose Mourinho after the manager of Manchester United cheated the Juventus fans on Wednesday night.
United made a dramatic comeback to stun Juventus in the Champions League, but Mourinho annoyed Juve's supporters after the memorable 2-1 victory.
The former coach manager of Inter Milan insisted that he react to taunts from the Italian fans when he put his hands over his ears, which brought an angry reaction from Juve defender Leonardo Bonucci.
Paulo Dybala has revealed what he said to Jose Mourinho after he scoffed Juventus' supporters
Dybala, who last month against Old broke the 1-0 victory at Juve, also went to the boss of the United Nations to follow his actions after the final whistle.
"I just told him it was not necessary to make that gesture," Dybala told Sky Sport Italia.
& # 39; It was not necessary to create more tension than there was already, sometimes you are insulted and it is bad, but to create more tension than there is already …
Mourinho put his hands to his ears after United's 2-1 victory over Juve on Wednesday
The gesture of Mourinho brought an angry reaction from Leonardo Bonucci, the defender of Juventus
"I told him it was not necessary, I did not offend him. I just told him and left. & # 39;
Former United star Cristiano Ronaldo gave Juve a shot, but United came back to give the Italian champions their first loss of the season with two late goals.
Juan Mata scored a superb free kick 86 minutes into the match, and Alex Sandro scored his own goal three minutes later.
Juventus top group H is nine points, but United is only two points behind in the second position with two more games left.
Dybala also went to the boss of the United Nations to follow his actions after the final whistle