Manchester United legend Paul Scholes injured Jose Mourinho after his wins against Juventus.
Mourinho ran full time on the pitch in Turin and exchanged ears to support home support after being laughed at him during the match.
Cristiano Ronaldo beat Juve in front of him in the Champions League match against his former club.
But Juan Mata enlisted the United level at the end of the game before Ashley Young's free kick was turned into a net by Alex Sandro.
The Mourinho celebration angered several Juve players as he clashed with Leonardo Bonucci and Paulo Dybala before being guided into the tunnel.
And legend United, Scholes, to whom Mourinho has clashed several times, has not been impressed.
"It's everywhere he goes – you have to win with a bit of class," Scholes told BT Sport.
"Shake hands with management, go and cheer your fans in. I do not think it's necessary, but it's so that's it."
His colleague Owen Hargreaves added: "This is not necessary, but it's a remarkable result and it's a big week for United and Mourinho."
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Mourinho, however, downplayed his behavior, after making a three-fingered gesture towards Juve fans during the clash at Old Trafford a fortnight ago.
About his behavior, Mourinho said, "The game was very good, it was great, we performed at a high level.
"We had about five minutes after this goal to wake us up but the team was there until the last one.
"On a beautiful Italian day, they insulted me for 90 minutes.I know that millions of people are satisfied with this victory.But I respect Juventus and its quality.
"I'm really proud of my boys because they did everything."