They are now placed second in Group H with seven points, two fewer than leaders Juventus and two more than third-placed Valencia.
Regardless of how well they are playing, however, it's going to be very tough for them against Manchester City on Sunday.
Juventus controlled things but a clipped ball to Alexis Sanchez nearly opened the door at the other end, only for it to be just out of the Chilean's reach.
"It's true that they are the favourites because they are in unbelievable form, but this is Manchester United and you never know what can happen".
United had done well to stay in the game against a team used to winning. They had not conceded a single goal in the Champions League all season and bought Ronaldo to win the competition after twice being beaten finalists in the last four years.
It is a big ask for United to stop them, and they will have to play much better than they did against Juve to stand a chance.
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"I didn't realise it was a fantastic goal until I saw the replay", he said.
"I think because of the venue and the importance of the game, it's one of the best [that I've scored]".
And, on Wednesday night in the febrile cavity of the renovated Juventus Stadium, they made it three straight wins.
"I don't like to compare situations", Herrera said, reflecting on the win that delayed City's Premier League title celebrations last term. He still needs to sharpen his fitness and intensity, but if he gets the game time, Sanchez can still be the big-game player Mourinho expected him to be when he signed him. "We played with that spirit and we scored two goals like this".
With Fellaini on the pitch, Juve fell back and became more defensive.
I am a student of the game.
Mourinho's record against Pep Guardiola leaves plenty to be desired as he has won just five of his 21 meetings with the Spaniard, drawing six and losing ten, although their head-to-head record since moving to Manchester is very even - the pair have won two apiece and drawn one of their five meetings in England. We are not putting in consistent performances at the moment but there's still a long way to go and we still have a chance of pulling it back. "I wouldn't do that gesture again but I don't think I offended anyone and at the time it seemed like the appropriate response to those who had insulted all my family, apart from my Inter one too". Lots of work to do - it is a marathon not a sprint.