Zidane, who won three successive Champions League titles with Real Madrid before resigning, is the clear favourite to succeed Mourinho.
Shaw was scathing in his assessment of United's display at London Stadium, saying: "If you want the truth, I think it was honestly horrendous".
His thunderbolt in a 2-2 draw with former club Manchester City back in February 2013, which you can see in the free compilation video below, takes that accolade at a range of 28.9 yards. There will always be friction and debate after bad results, as there has been in Mourinho's two years and four months at the club, but now there is no debate: every United fan, without exception, can agree that this team has reached an irreparable crisis.
"He is being more defensive in some matches and then being nearly like a striker in others, like he was in the last match [at Old Trafford against Derby] when we needed a goal and we had one player less".
Sanchez, who was courted by his former Barca boss Pep Guardiola, eventually joined Old Trafford, dealing a blow to City in the transfer market and of generating more social media traffic than Neymar's world-record move to Paris Saint-Germain. But Mourinho's patience with the other marquee signing of his time in charge at Old Trafford ran out last week.
"It's not the manager it's the lack of football leadership above him".
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Mourinho said: "Exactly, (it) is a collective thing, the reason why we don't win is responsibility of everybody".
"The performance on the pitch, in my opinion, is the outcome of many factors - of many factors".
United did pull one back in the 71st when substitute Marcus Rashford turned in Luke Shaw's corner with his back to goal.
"At the end of the day the best scorers are Hazard and Pedro, but with the quality of players we have on the pitch, it's (the lack of goals from elsewhere) not too good". It's all of us. In terms of the 'keepers, I'd go for Ederson at the moment - just. Everybody has a role to play. When we lose, we all lose.