Manchester United Manager, Jose Mourinho says there was nothing wrong in the way he celebrated his sides comeback win over Juventus on Wednesday in the Champions League.
Mourinho celebrated the 2-1 win over Juventus by cupping his hand to his ears as he walked onto the pitch, with a grin on his face as he turned and nodded at supporters.
He was confronted by Juventus defender Leonardo Bonucci before he was escorted down the tunnel causing a scene.
Mourinho, a former manager of Juventus' great Serie A rivals Inter Milan, said afterwards: "That sign that I made is actually not an offence. I just wanted to hear if they'd [the fans] make comments again or not.
"Obviously when I work for a club like Manchester United, I need to forget my past, especially in the 90 minutes. It's not that during the 90 minutes I keep thinking I was coach of Inter or Real Madrid or Chelsea"
" In those 90 minutes I represent Manchester United.
But they didn't forget, the others didn't forget that I was"
"Of course I do my job, and my job was to win against Juventus, and it is a great joy for me, because we have won against such a super squad, a super team"
"I've come here as a professional and I have a great respect for a fantastic team"- Jose Mourinho