- David de Gea was spotted shouting at Luke Shaw for causing one of the goals in their defeat Tottenham
- Spurs humiliated the Red Devils at Old Trafford before the international break
Man United staged a lackluster performance as Spurs demolished them at Old Trafford
- United's defence was in particular responsible for the poor display, with the shaky backline shipping in six goals
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Footage of David de Gea raging at Luke Shaw during Manchester United's 6-1 humbling defeat to Tottenham has emerged.
De Gea, who was between the sticks for United was angry at Shaw for a poor piece of defending during the Sunday, October 3, Premier League clash.
The defeat was the Red Devils' joint-worst in the league, faltering against the London side despite initially taking an early lead from the penalty spot moments into the clash.
Spurs sprung a comeback with quick-fire goals from Tanguy Ndombele and Heung-Min Son before things went from bad to worse after Anthony Martial was red-carded in the 28th minute.
The red card opened floodgates for Tottenham who went on to score four more goals, with both Harry Kane and Son netting a brace each.
But it was Son's goal in particular that left De Gea fuming, with the Spurs' player crossing the ball between the legs of the Spaniard to score.
The keeper appeared to lose his cool after the goal and was picked in pitch-side footage shouting at Shaw for his costly mistake.
"No Luke! No Luke," De Gea could be heard shouting as Shaw sprinted away thus opening up space for Son to run in to and eventually score.
"What is your problem!?" the shot-stopper scolded at the 25-year-old.
The English defender had vacated his position in the left-back, forcing Harry Maguire to move and provide cover.
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The Manchester United legends have made a combined 1,014 appearances for the Red Devils and the Matchroom boss is looking to pitch Ferdinand and Rooney against each other.
Ferdinand, 41, is now a pundit with Sky Sports while Rooney, 34, is the captain of Championship side Derby County.
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