Luke Shaw apologises to Manchester United fans after Tottenham humiliation

Luke Shaw apologises to Manchester United fans after Tottenham humiliation

Luke Shaw apologises to Manchester United fans after Tottenham humiliation

The team looked fine in the opening half and created chances, but Mourinho brought on central defensive midfielder Marouane Fellaini down 2-0 in the second half and started small midfielder Ander Herrera at center back.

But Martial is not to Mourinho's taste and although he can no longer replace the forward, the Manchester United manager still wants the player sold before the transfer window across Europe closes on Friday.

"Three wins out of three - it's been a fantastic start", said the 25-year-old.

After scoring his first goal at Old Trafford, Kane told Sky Sports: "That's massive, to come here and win the way we did is a big statement". He may well have said "shame", but given the context, we can safely assume it that the general consensus has it more or less bang on.

"We've got a really good group, a good group of hard workers and unbelievable talents everywhere you look on the field". "I am a manager who always assumes the responsibility and always my thought is, 'You can do better.'".

Shaw believes it should have been "game over" by half-time as United impressed against a frustrated Spurs side.

Kane's 50th-minute opener was soon added to as Christian Eriksen ghosted behind to send in a cross directed home by Moura.

Mourinho reminded the players they were on top at half time before their disastrous second half.

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"We want to work and we want to achieve big things here".

"Even then, we should have been relaxed, I think".

"We got it and then we punished them".

"Another silly, stupid goal".

'We'll see what happens with the title challenge. Manager Jose Mourinho is likely to feel the heat after a putrid 3-0 loss to Tottenham at home after making six changes and some baffling decisions to the roster. "Three for me and two for them", he said.

"And obviously to the fans that came out tonight, we're sorry, we'll be better next week". We're not getting too carried away, of course, it's only three games in, but that's what we needed. "It wasn't good enough tonight but we will bounce back against Burnley".

Allardyce maintained that Man United were "so good" on the night and that they outplayed Tottenham in the 90 minutes.

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