"So I tried to do what I do in training a lot of times, practicing, practicing".
Napoli, who have mostly failed to transfer their recent domestic revival to the European stage, were unlucky to not have won at least one of their two clashes with megabucks PSG and on Tuesday gave as good as they got in their 1-1 draw with Thomas Tuchel's side. A point was the least they needed to have a chance of qualifying for the last 16 but winning was fantastic, and now they are in a strong position to make the knock-out stage.
Jose Mourinho's side had looked utterly toothless in attack but after the Portuguese threw on Mata, Marouane Fellaini and Marcus Rashford late in the game they staged the most unlikely of comebacks, recalling their epic 3-2 win from two goals down in Turin in the 1999 semi-finals. United deserved their win because they took their chances and Juve didn't.
For the ball to bounce in off Sandro's head was an ugly way for United to clinch the win but it gave them the result they wanted, so who cares?
Before stepping up to take the set-piece, Mata had to convince his teammate Ashley Young that he was the right man to take it, and following the match the United he explained to MUTV exactly what he said. "It's a huge credit to the team for keeping on fighting and never giving up".
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And, minutes later, Dybala went even closer at the other end as he picked up the ball after some neat interplay to curl an effort off the crossbar with De Gea well beaten.
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.
Lukaku's injury means he is a doubt for Sunday's trip to Manchester City, so Sanchez might get another outing at the Etihad.
He added: "I think it's always good to be the outsider, so people expect bad of us and then we surprise people".
The Swedish journalist brought up the moment, "when you went out and celebrated, Juventus players were obviously very upset". The Premier League champions are two points clear at the top of the standings, and nine points ahead of seventh-place United.
"Today we did a big step, but it's not over yet."
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