Luke Shaw is having an amazing season for Manchester United as the Red Devils registered another impressive victory over Tottenham last weekend . It wasn't always so nice for the left-back , however , notably during now Spurs manager Jose Mourinho 's spell in charge of United . The two were reunited after the final whistle following United 's 3-1 win and sports fan were quick to notice how they interacted below is the picture.
Mourinho was reunited with his old players that he had criticized in public when he went to acknowledge Paul Pogba at the end of the game . Looks funny but in football we will always be friends of the pitch.
The 3-1 frustration that saw Spurs lose ground in the race for the top 4 must have felt bad enough on it 's own , with these with his old players adding pain to Maurinho's wound .
luke Shaw,Pogba,Fred,Mc Tominay,Marcus,Fernandes and Edinson make a good combination in the game and in training too Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says and adds Henderson is getting used to the competition.
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