Paulo Dybala reveals what he said to Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho

"I told him that there was no need to make that gesture": Paulo Dybala reveals what he said to Jose Mourinho after the Manchester United manager insulted the Juventus fans

  • Man United completed the dramatic comeback to stun Juventus on Wednesday
  • United's boss Jose Mourinho shocked Juve fans after their memorable 2-1 victory
  • He puts his hands cupped to his ears that have provoked angry reactions on the part of Leonardo Bonucci
  • Paulo Dybala went to talk to Mourinho following his actions after the match

Kate Mcgreavy for Mailonline

Paulo Dybala revealed what he told Jose Mourinho after the Manchester United manager insulted Juventus fans on Wednesday night.

United have made a dramatic comeback to stun Juventus in the Champions League, but Mourinho has shocked Juve fans after their memorable 2-1 victory.

The former coach of Inter Milan insisted that he respond to the provocations of Italian fans when he wore his hands to the ears, provoking an angry response from Juventus defender Leonardo Bonucci.

Paulo Dybala revealed what he said to Jose Mourinho after insulting Juventus supporters

Dybala, who scored against United at Old Trafford in Juve's 1-0 win last month, went to talk to the United boss after his actions after the final whistle.

"I just told him that there was no need to make that gesture," Dybala told Sky Sport Italia.

"There was no need to create more tension than it already was, sometimes we get insulted and it's bad, but to create more tension than it already is …

Mourinho cupped his ears after United's 2-1 victory over Juve on Wednesday

Mourinho cupped his ears after United's 2-1 victory over Juve on Wednesday

Mourinho cupped his ears after United's 2-1 victory over Juve on Wednesday

  Mourinho's gesture provoked a rabid response from Juventus defender Leonardo Bonucci

  Mourinho's gesture provoked a rabid response from Juventus defender Leonardo Bonucci

Mourinho's gesture provoked a rabid response from Juventus defender Leonardo Bonucci

"I told him that there was no need, I did not insult him. I've just told you, and I left.

The former US star Cristiano Ronaldo beat Juventus ahead, but United returned to give the Italian champions their first defeat of the season with two late goals.

Juan Mata scored an excellent free kick at the 86 & # 39; and Alex Sandro scored an own goal three minutes later.

Juventus are leading Group H with nine points, but United is two points behind the second with two games.

Dybala also went to talk to the boss of the United after his actions after the final whistle

Dybala also went to talk to the boss of the United after his actions after the final whistle

Dybala also went to talk to the boss of the United after his actions after the final whistle

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