Defender Shaw says United must make good start against Watford


And he says Jose Mourinho's team must bounce back at Watford in Sunday's noon kick-off Premier League fixture because a third consecutive defeat will be "unacceptable".

Jose Mourinho's side suffered a 1-0 defeat in Thursday's Europa League opener against Feyenoord, with Tonny Vilhena striking a late victor at De Kuip.

Red Devils boss Mourinho admitted his players are now lacking confidence - despite starting the season with four consecutive wins across the Community Shield and Premier League.

We don't have time to dwell on the defeat and we have a few days to recover now.

"I think on Sunday character.needs to shine through because it's unacceptable to lose three games in a row". One thing is clear: wherever Rooney plays, United win more when he is on the pitch. We need to focus on ourselves and how we start (on Sunday).

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Speaking in an interview with United's website, Mourinho said: "I don't think it will be easy [to bounce back] but the game will be independent".

Per-the-source, Shaw missed United's clash with Feyenoord with a slight hamstring injury.

There were a handful of late chances but Smalling knows it was too little too late in a match where they were too often outbattled. "The last two games we've played, we haven't made the best of starts especially in the first half, and we need to change that", Shaw told United's official website.

"I think [the confidence] does take a little knock, but I think we can't forget some of the chances we created".

But he struggled to produce a sample after his first game of the season and United's team coach left the De Kuip stadium without him.