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Live Reporting

Emma Sanders and Saj Chowdhury

All times stated are UK

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  1. Post update

    If you missed any of the action (what were you doing that was better than Champions League football?!), you can read Alex Bysouth's match report on Manchester United's late win over Juventus.

    You can also check out Michael Emons's report on Manchester City's thrashing over Shakhtar Donetsk.

    And was Raheem Sterling's penalty the worst decision ever?

    We'll be back tomorrow for the Europa League games as Chelsea, Arsenal, Celtic and Rangers are all in action.

    See you then!

  2. Post update

    Here's how the tables look for Manchester City and Manchester United after tonight's victories.

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  3. 'We have one final to play'

    FT: Juventus 1-2 Man Utd

    Manchester United

    More from Jose Mourinho: "Juventus have phenomenal players. That Cristiano Ronaldo goal was beautiful and the player [Leonardo Bonucci] that made that beautiful pass, is a central defender! They are a fantastic team with an amazing record at home.

    "We have one final to play at home against Young Boys. If my mathematics is right then we qualify [only if Valencia don't beat Juventus] so I think now I leave it to the Old Trafford people. I hope we arrive on time! We had an amazing escort here today - thank you to the Italian police. Hopefully we can get all three points.

    Jose Mourinho and Leonardo Bonucci
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    Uday: For all the criticism Jose has got credit where it’s due... the number of times his team has fought back is something else!

    CloudRambler: If only United played with the same spirit every week,taking the shine out of that CR7 stunner. For now they are becoming Comeback Kings of sorts. Man of the match-Jose Mourinho.

  5. 'We performed at a high level'

    FT: Juventus 1-2 Man Utd

    Manchester United

    Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho speaking to BT Sport: "The game was a very good game. It was top. We performed at a high level. We had about five minutes after that goal to wake up again but the team was there until the last.

    "On a beautiful Italian day, I made a little thing. I know millions are happy with the win. But I respect Juventus and the quality they have. I am really proud of my boys because they did everything.

    "A couple of our boys said in the interview at home that they were a little bit [makes gesture]... We had to come and not feel inferior. We were in a situation where we thought we needed to go to the last second of the match. The boys started really well and things were under control.

    Jose Mourinho
  6. 'There was no real need'

    FT: Juventus 1-2 Man Utd

    Dion Dublin

    Ex-Manchester United striker on 5 Live

    There was no real need for Jose Mourinho to get involved there. The players were all congratulating each other and some were going over to congratulate Cristiano Ronaldo.

    Then all of the attention turns to Mr Mourinho, he has his right hand to his right ear as if to say to all the Juve fans, 'What have you got to say about that?'

  7. 'You need to win with a bit of class'

    FT: Juventus 1-2 Man Utd

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    Jose Mourinho was in classic form at full-time, cupping his ear to the Juventus fans aid his celebrations.

    Former United midfielders Paul Scholes and Owen Hargreaves have differing takes on it on BT Sport.

    Scholes: "This is everywhere he goes. You need to win with a bit of class sometimes, shake the managers hand. I don't think there's any need for it but that's the way he is."

    Hargreaves: "It's not necessary but it's a remarkable result and it's a big week for United and Mourinho."

  8. 'Raheem could have told the referee'

    Man City 6-0 Shakhtar Donetsk

    Manchester City

    Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola: Unfortunately we haven't qualified, but we are so close and will try to maintain this level.

    "Tonight we are going to not think about Sunday's derby because of the first defeat by Lyon and then conceded a goal against Hoffenheim

    "The fact it's not done will make sure we will focus on the competition.

    "The day after tomorrow we will focus on United."

    On the first penalty decision, which was awarded despite the fact Raheem Sterling tripped up after kicking the turf:

    "We realised it wasn't a penalty. {After being asked if Sterling could have told the referee] Raheem could have told the referee. We don't like to score in that situation.

    "You know VAR and what it is - the referee must be helped because they don't want to make mistakes.

    "The game is so fast these days. It takes 10 seconds for somebody to say something to the referee.

    "[Would you tell a player to pass the ball to the keeper?] A coach would never say that. But I'm young, I will learn."

    Pep Guardiola
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    Hridaya Nahata: If you mock Jose, and don’t expect a response you’re dreaming, He isn’t Gandhi and has every right to do so.

    Jeester: Look at all the fans of other teams saying Jose has no class for celebrating like that, if Klopp did that Liverpool fans would never shut up about how cool he was.

  10. Post update

    That Cristiano Ronaldo goal would definitely be getting replayed on FIFA over and over again. In fact, I'd send it to everyone and post it on Twitter about 10 times.

    Cristiano Ronaldo
  11. Stat attack

    FT: Juventus 1-2 Man Utd

    Manchester United have come back to win a Champions League game with two goals in the final five minutes of a match for the first time since the 1999 final v Bayern Munich.

  12. 'We had an extra breath'

    FT: Juventus 1-2 Man Utd

    Manchester United

    Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba on BT Sport: "Lovely we won. That was most important.

    "The fans were very welcoming with me and I really appreciate that. We played against a good team, but the three points were most important.

    "I celebrate for the goal, it was strange it touched a lot of people. We've been playing well together and until the end we've done very well. We had maybe an extra breath or power to push it at the end."

    Man Utd winner
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    PJ: Brilliant birthday present for De Gea as well!!

    Mike Crew: Well maybe there's still some fight, desire, passion and will in the team after all!

  14. Post update

    FT: Juventus 1-2 Man Utd

    Owen Hargreaves has just described Leonardo Bonucci's pass to Cristiano Ronaldo in the build-up to his goal as "outrageous" on BT Sport.

    Perfect description.

  15. 'What a nice last five minutes'

    FT: Juventus 1-2 Man Utd

    Manchester United

    Manchester United goalscorer Juan Mata on BT Sport: "What a nice last five minutes. It is a very good night for us to get three points against Juventus in Italy. It is amazing!

    "They have fantastic players and are a top team. We come back to Manchester with three points and that is football!

    "The first half was not bad. It was quite even. They had chances but in the second half it was a fantastic goal from Cristiano Ronaldo. They had a few clear chances after that to win the game but they didn't and we came back. It is a very big step in the group.

    On the own goal: "You know better than me because I didn't see it!"

    On his free-kick: "I have confidence in my free-kicks at the moment. I train a lot. After training I get the ball and try. The goalkeepers help me out too.

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    Aditya Thakkar: The impossible, not the inevitable happened tonight at Turin.

    Jacob Bridgwater: Supporting Man Utd is exhausting. They can't just win it simply, can they?

    Annette: Once again Mourinho proving he's got no class at the end of the game why does he have to do that!

  17. 'Juve let United back into the game'

    Juventus 1-2 Man Utd

    Darren Fletcher

    Former Man Utd midfielder on BBC Radio 5 live

    Going into the derby at the weekend, both Manchester United and City will be feeling confident. Everyone expected Manchester City to win, maybe not by 6 but what a win for Manchester United, credit to them.

    For me, Juve were too negative and should have seen the game off, instead United got control of the midfield and started creating chances. Juve let United back into the game.

  18. 'Apologies to the ref'

    Man City 6-0 Shakhtar Donetsk

    Manchester City

    Raheem Sterling on BT Sport: "It was a massive win. The Lyon match [1-2 home defeat in September] was one of those a wake-up calls. You lose the ball and these good teams can punish you.

    About the first penalty awarded, when he kicked the turf and tripped over: "I went to chip the ball and don't know what happened. I didn't feel contact. I scuffed the ball. Apologies to the ref."

    Raheem Sterling
  19. Post update

    Nine goals in the two Manchester games. What a treat! Which one was your favourite?

    Cristiano Ronaldo