David De Gea and Luke Shaw enjoy a spot of lunch out in Cheshire as the duo try to forget Manchester United’s disappointing defeat by Tottenham
- David De Gea and Luke Shaw enjoy a spot of lunch out on Tuesday afternoon
- The Manchester United duo went out in Cheshire separately to enjoy downtime
- De Gea and Shaw will look to put their 3-0 defeat by Tottenham behind them
Both De Gea and Shaw featured in the game and played admirably at Old Trafford but were ultimately unable to deny Lucas Moura and Harry Kane from scoring in their second-half collapse.
United’s No 1 enjoyed some lunch with some friends at La Famiglia restaurant in Hale Village while Shaw was nearby with his entourage.
Manchester United keeper David De Gea enjoys a spot of lunch out in Cheshire with friends
Luke Shaw was also spotted out in Hale Village with a couple of pals on Tuesday afternoon
Monday’s embarrassing home humbling by Spurs was hard to take for Shaw who was one of United’s top players on the night.
After the game, Shaw complimented United‘s dressing room by saying that they have the spirit, determination and talent to bounce back from the 3-0 loss.
It ratchets up the pressure on Jose Mourinho and his team ahead of Sunday’s trip to Burnley, where left-back Shaw knows a response is needed.
‘You always see a lot of things in the media that go on about what our dressing room is like,’ the 23-year-old said.
‘But, look, we have a really good spirit, a really good group of lads and a group that want to work, want to achieve big things here.
‘We have a really good group and yeah of course we’ll reflect on our day off (on Tuesday) and we’ll come back in on Wednesday.
De Gea returns to his car after enjoying a late lunch with friends in Hale Village, Cheshire
Jose Mourinho consoles Luke Shaw after United’s disappointing 3-0 defeat by Tottenham
‘We’ve got a really good group, a good group of hard workers and amazing talents everywhere you look on the field.
‘We’ve just got to start taking our chances and I am sure we will start winning more games.’
Following Shaw’s impressive performance at full time, Mourinho approached the left back to congratulate and console him by patting him on the back before giving him a cuddle.
Mourinho was then applauded by the Stretford End in a show of support for the Portuguese boss.
Shaw took to Twitter to thank the fans after the game.
‘Last night hurt,’ he tweeted. ‘But I just wanna thank the fans for your amazing support it doesn’t go unnoticed. We will bounce back.’