The England winger has taken a shot at Cristiano Ronaldo's midriff-baring goal celebration on social media, after two late strikes from the English side cancelled out Ronaldo's stunning opener in Turin on Wednesday evening. The love that they showed me today was unbelievable and how great is football when you see that?
Jose Mourinho's charges move above Valencia to second spot with seven points on the board.
However, the Portuguese explained he was justified to do so after they verbally abused him throughout the game.
"I came here to do my job and I was insulted for 90 minutes", Mourinho said. "We played with that (spirit) and we scored two goals like this". "If you want to put that match into the context of where we are, where we can be, then it becomes even more hard". In the first 15 or 20 mins we were totally in control'.
But Mourinho's men had other ideas, drawing level through Juan Mata before Alex Sandro's last-minute own goal gave them a priceless win. "But I don't think they think it's an easy match for them". We had to come and not feel inferior.
"Manchester didn't do much, they had two chances on set pieces".
However, despite Cristiano Ronaldo's 65th-minute volley, United grabbed a memorable late victory thanks to Juan Mata's free-kick and an own goal from Alex Sandro, with Pogba's presence near the goal contributing to the victor.
Ronaldo scored his first Champions League goal for the Serie A giants with a tremendous volley in Turin, but they were beaten despite a dominant performance.
It will be interesting if Sky Sports release viewing figures after this match, which starts the weekend's action, as there will not be too many neutrals setting their alarms or reserving tables in their favourite pubs to watch this, with neither side renowned for playing vibrant, attacking football. You look at the teams who are flying high, like Chelsea and Liverpool, so games involving them are important.
"Now we've got to lift our heads, as we played really well and are still top of the group".