Jose Mourinho left Man Utd's dressing room feeling 'uncomfortable' after Spurs loss

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Luke Shaw was perhaps one of the only Manchester United players who could hold his head high after their 3-0 home defeat to Tottenham Hotspur on Monday.

The Portuguese manager still retains the support of the Old Trafford hierarchy, yet Mourinho surely knows United are in a hole.

The same newspaper also suggests that if Mourinho were to lose his job, the number one target to replace him would be Zinedine Zidane.

With just three games played, United already find themselves six points behind Liverpool and local rivals Manchester City.

'There weren't many times I thought like that but you walk out and you're surrounded by all the United fans around the tunnel.

United's poor start leaves them sitting in 13th place in the table after two defeats and a solitary victory on the opening day of the season against Leicester.

Meanwhile, every paper in existence (probably) reported on his spectacular post-match press conference, in which he called for "respect" while highlighting the three Premier League titles he has won. Fred showed glimpses in the Spurs game, but a trip to Turf Moor in a must-win game for United could see him struggle to show his best, so Fellaini could be unleashed from the first whistle to offer some physicality in the middle of the park alongside Nemanja Matic and Paul Pogba. "Look, it's only one goal, we've still got a lot of time" and then comes maybe another mistake.

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But the United midfielder said they could not afford to start panicking despite claiming the players were at a loss to explain the Spurs defeat. It is not just as simple as saying we believe we can win, we are ready to compete. and then the performance is so bad and you find they were not ready to compete.

"The good thing about football is that you always have the next game to come back".

Manchester United have got a fantastic manager, a fantastic group of players and it is a fantastic club.

"After two losses, we've got to start winning and win in a good way".

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".

"The fans kept pushing us, they were really behind us".