"Then if they are better than us they win, if they have more potential than us, they win, if we make mistakes and pay for the mistakes we lose but I want the feeling, it doesn't matter where we go, that we go to compete and this is the feeling the Manchester United supporters around the world want to have".
FW Jesse Lingard, 6 - Back in the team after seven games out but started well, finding pockets of space in the first half, particularly when United were trying to break.
Straight after Mata had put United's equaliser in the net, I saw Fellaini drop back into a holding position alongside Nemanja Matic to shore things up.
"Hopefully this can give us great momentum now and we'll have a good few days of training and reboot ourselves for the game (on Sunday)". "We came here to play like a team that was against a side with different potential on every level", he added.
"But Martial I think deserves special mention, I thought he was Man United's best player on the day".
"I think tonight a lot of people would have wrote us off", Shaw said after the match.
"And it is a great joy for me because we won against a super team, and not because they are the enemy of Inter".
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Juve were then left in shock as Ashley Young´s free-kick from the left bounced in off a combination of Bonucci and Alex Sandro after a frantic scramble in front of goal. It's not the most important game for them tonight.
It doesn't bode well ahead of a trip to Manchester City on Sunday. That is the difference between the two sides at the moment.
City's opponents are increasingly realising that an ultra-defensive approach simply doesn't work; to be in with the slightest chance, managers must press higher and show bravery in the face of those flitting City midfielders.
How good are City? "It was just our present to them".
And finally, the United attack will be led by Marcus Rashford even though there is a chance that both Sanchez and Lukaku could be available against City this weekend. City have scored 12 goals in their last two matches and are in unbelievable form, with Riyad Mahrez showing why he was right to leave Leicester and join a bigger club.
United will have to concentrate for the whole 90 minutes and their back four in particular have got a heck of a job on their hands.
This was Juventus' first defeat in a Champions League group stage at home since 2009, United's finest result in Europe in the post-Ferguson era, though Ronaldo, a player from that time, claimed that "Manchester didn't do that much in my opinion".
Dion Dublin was speaking to BBC Sport's Chris Bevan.