"I told him that there's no need to make that gesture": Paulo Dybala reveals what he told Jose Mourinho after the Manchester United coach mocked Juventus fans
- Man United made a dramatic comeback to stun Juventus on Wednesday
- United boss Jose Mourinho annoyed Juve fans after the memorable 2-1 win
- He put his hands to his ears, whereupon Leonardo Bonucci reacted angrily
- Paulo Dybala went to Mourinho to discuss his actions after the game
Kate Mcgreavy for Mailonline
Paulo Dybala has revealed what he has said to Jose Mourinho after the Manchester United manager mocked Juventus fans on Wednesday night.
United made a dramatic comeback to stun Juventus in the Champions League, but Mourinho angered Juve fans after a memorable 2-1 victory.
The former coach of Inter Milan insisted that he responded to the taunts of the Italian fans, as he clapped his hands to his ears and gave a furious response from Juve defender Leonardo Bonucci.
Paulo Dybala has revealed what he has said to Jose Mourinho after mocking Juventus supporters
Dybala, who beat United in Old Trafford's 1-0 win against Juve last month, also spoke with the United boss after his actions after the final whistle.
"I just told him that there's no need to make that gesture," Dybala told Sky Sport Italia.
"There was no need to build more tension than it already was, sometimes you get insulted and it's bad, but more exciting than it already is …
Mourinho shook hands with Juve after Wednesday's 2-1 win against Juve
Mourinho's gesture brought Juventus defender Leonardo Bonucci with an angry reaction
"I told him there was no need, I did not insult him, I just told him and left."
The former United star, Cristiano Ronaldo, defended Juve with a volley, but United returned to give the Italian champions the first defeat of the season with two late goals.
Juan Mata received an excellent free kick 86 minutes into the match, with Alex Sandro scoring an own goal three minutes later.
Juventus are at the top of Group H with nine points, but United is just two points behind second place, two games to go.
Dybala also spoke with the United boss after his actions after the final whistle