Instead, he turned away from events on the pitch to wave his arms upwards like an orchestra conductor, facing the crowd and urging travelling supporters to up the noise, mouthing the words to them: "Here we go!"
The whole display offended the losing coach, Stefano Pioli, who accused Conte of "showing disrespect" with his touchline theatre.
If that seemed a little thin-skinned of Pioli, whose annoyance probably owed as much to having seen a three-match winning run come to an end, Conte would do well to reflect quietly on the importance of the impression his Juventus make on the rest of a Serie A they look very likely to be crowned champions of for the second season in succession.
Juve's resurgence as the predominant club in Italian football, as the club's PR department like to remind, marks the beginning of a new era.
The post-calciopoli Juve are a distinct creature from the Juventus who were relegated to Serie B in 2006 because of their part in manipulating match officials. They needed to regain respect as an institution, at home and abroad.
Some of the football they have played under Conte has helped do that. But any behaviour that seems arrogant, or snooty towards other clubs, will quickly reinforce aspects of the bad image Juventus acquired seven years ago.
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