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Cristiano Ronaldo believes that Manchester United has "not done much" to defeat Juventus 2-1
Ronaldo struck the old lady with a superb 65th-minute strike, but the Bianconeri failed. Tally and United fought back with two late goals: a free-kick from Juan Mata and an own-goal from Alex Sandro.
By MailOnlines Sam McEvoy said:
" I saw the replay, I did not know it was a fantastic goal, but I made good moves and kicked it hard.  "I was happy with the goal but we are a bit disappointed because we should have won the game easily, with three or four goals.
"Manchester, they have not done much in my o pinion." They have created two chances [from]. Standards
"I know the English teams they are looking for always by the standards, but we have learned from our mistakes and are still the frontrunners in the group we are good. "
Both sides had three shots in the course of the game, but overall Juventus had 23 efforts compared to the nine from United.
The Independent's Miguel Delaney also noted Juve's cunning before the gate, though he felt that United had improved significantly over the Italian champions:
Miguel Delaney @ MiguelDelaney
Juve was beaten A few chances before equalizing Mata but United was usually a lot better than the first game.
After Ronaldo's sensational volleyball had broken the deadlock, Miralem Pjanic failed to convert the goal from several goals and Juan Cuadrado shot eight meters as Juventus urged to kill the game.
Although it might have been a different story, if Bianconeri would be more clinis In the last third United showed a much better performance than in the 1-0 loss against the Serie A giants in October.
Despite the tight score in the game at Old Trafford, the quality difference was somewhat
That was not the case on Wednesday, according to Alex Shaw of ESPN:
Alex Shaw @ AlexShawESPN
Best United performance under Mourinho of one million miles. An absolute triumph. The character shown, it was a total adversity in terms of Mourinho's career prospects, has been incredible in recent weeks. Turin gets the best out of United.
Ronaldo may be dissatisfied with United's approach, but manager Jose Mourinho wants his teams to be pragmatic, and he came together on Wednesday.
The win puts United in a much stronger position Group H, now in second place after seven points, faces Valencia twice, leaving only the Spanish side and Young Boys to play.
As for Juve they stay up there with nine points. Having scored only two goals in their two games with United despite two chances, there are some concerns.
If they want to go all the way through the competition this season, they must be able to kill their opponent's strengths, otherwise it will prove to be expensive – as on Wednesday.