And Mourinho's demanding approach continued with the former Chelsea boss claiming Shaw only performed well against Everton because he was able to coach him from the touchline. "A really hard decision for him, only video assistant replay could help this.
I would happily sign up now to go 20 matches unbeaten next season, but to win more games we need to score more goals".
"At this level we need the fantastic body he has to play football, the fantastic physical qualities he has, the very good technical ability he has, but he can not play with my understanding of the game".
With the game deep in second-half stoppage time, United finally found a breakthrough, as Neil Swarbrick pointed to the spot after Ashley Williams handled in the box.
Burnley has seven games left but already has two more points than the 33 the team earned two seasons ago, when it was relegated.
Phil Jagielka put Everton ahead, hooking in a close-range shot at a corner in the 22nd minute, and the visitors came agonizingly close to only a second win at United in their last 24 trips to Old Trafford.
The result left United in fifth place on 54 points, four points behind rivals Manchester City, who now occupy the fourth and final Champions League qualifying spot.
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While this season is still far from a total failure (especially with the Europa League still to play for), the lack of goals should be a worry and has more in common with the Louis van Gaal era than many (Mourinho being at the front of that queue) would like to admit.
Ibrahimovic had a goal ruled out in a tight offside decision before netting the equaliser, and he thought he was in a legal position when he converted.
"[Shaw] has lots of potential, but the football brain and the professional brain has to be with the talent", Mourinho said.
"I was telling him just now that he was doing things in the second half because he was reacting to my voice". Yes, it is really painful. Some players are suffering a little bit. "They are missing the final details and it's what is holding the team back".
He also said he felt "more comfortable" facing United at Old Trafford than he had in the game at Anfield on Satuday.
"I feel myself more comfortable here than (with) the way Liverpool tried to press", Koeman said, referring to the weekend Merseyside derby defeat. Everton did so with Romelu Lukaku and Ross Barkley, but while United have the pace of Marcus Rashford and Jesse Lingard to attack on the counter, they rarely do so.
"It is a strong team, with really good players". United continued to dominate possession, but Romelu Lukaku, Kevin Mirallas and Ross Barkley looked unsafe on the break.