Jose Mourinho gives Luke Shaw a rocket after Manchester United lose again at Watford

Jose Mourinho gives Luke Shaw a rocket after Manchester United lose again at Watford

Manchester United were beaten 3-1 by Watford on Sunday afternoon
Jose Mourinho accused his side of failing to learn from their derby defeat
United boss also criticised Luke Shaw for his role in Watford’s second goal
Mourinho believes referee Michael Oliver missed a foul before the opener
Results leaves United seventh in the Premier League after five matches

Jose Mourinho ripped into his Manchester United flops on Sunday as they slumped to their third defeat in just eight days.
The United manager accused his players of failing to learn the lessons of the Manchester derby defeat and singled out left back Luke Shaw for particular criticism over his role in Camilo Zuniga’s crucial second goal.
‘I knew I had a task,’ said Mourinho, who has not suffered three successive competitive defeats since his days as Porto manager in 2002, ‘But the first Man City goal and this second goal, you can find incredible similarity.
Jose Mourinho looks frustrated on the touchline during Manchester United’s defeat at Watford


Mourinho speaks to Luke Shaw after the left back was substituted during the humbling defeat
The United boss was upset at the Shaw leaving too much space to Nordin Amrabat on Sunday
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‘Kolarov has the ball in a difficult situation in the corner and my player instead of going up and pressing decides to give him space. Today for the second goal, (Nordin) Amrabat on the right side, our left back is 25 metres distance from him, instead of five metres. But even at 25 metres, then you have to jump and go press. But no, we wait.
‘This is a tactical but also a mental attitude. In a couple of weeks, everything like this becomes perfect. That’s my job.’
Mourinho was also critical of his side’s first half performance, admitting that he expected a better response after back to back defeats by Manchester City and Feyenoord in the Europa League last Thursday.
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