VIVA – Gesture Jose Mourinho after Manchester United wins over Juventus at Allianz Stadium has become a controversy. It was known that he had set three fingers in his mouth to induce domestic fans to pronounce louder.
The action of Mourinho has provoked anger at many Juventus players, such as Leonardo Bonucci and Paulo Dibala.
In fact, it's not the first time that Mourinho is discussing with Juventus fans. In the first match of the group stage of the Champions League at Old Trafford, the Special frustrated the visitors with three fingers.
It was doubtful that Mourinho's intention at that time was for Juventus fans to remember Treble winners, who in 2010 took Inter with.
For his latest move, Mourinho admitted that he was sorry. But he also said he can not stand a gesture because of the insult of the Juventus fans.
"Maybe I did not do it, but my family was ridiculed, including the family of Inter Milan, and I reacted," Mourinho said. Italian Football.
"But I was not ashamed of anyone, I just made gestures that said I wanted to hear them (Juventus fans) harder," he said.
As reported by Calcio Mercato, Juventus fans were in fact looking for a case with Mourinho from the start. They helped the Portuguese manager with dirty sentences.
Mourinho kept Inter as the best club ever treated. While Juventus regarded Nerazzurri as their eternal enemy in Serie A, especially since the 2006 Scandal in Calciopolis.