This injury also meant that Shaw was forced to sit out of the match against Northampton FC in the EFL Cup Third Round, even though United won the match convincingly with a scoreline of 3-1.
"Following the game, Mourinho told MUTV: "'We had a bad week.
In an exclusive interview with MUTV, the England global said: "I think I've had that my whole career - a little bit more of late, I think, but that's football".
After the victory at Northampton, Mourinho took umbrage with what he described as the "football Einsteins" who have "tried to delete 16 years of my career" following the recent disappointing results.
Mourinho also claimed he would not trade the success he has enjoyed during his career for the shock Premier League title triumph masterminded by Ranieri with Leicester City last season.
FC Zorya Luhansk in the Europa League and then against Stoke City after facing Leicester.
Jose Mourinho and Pep Guardiola have had a long standing rivalry dating back to when the managers where at Real Madrid and Barcelona respectively. We were very disappointed (to lose to City) because it was in front of our fans and now we have another chance to play against them.
While his team selection will be the subject of speculation right up to the point when it is announced, Mourinho has today confirmed that Man United will be without forward Anthony Martial for the Old Trafford fixture.
Ranieri has mainly remained quiet but did launch a defence in 2008 when he said he did not need trophies to be sure of himself.
Antonio Conte's side slipped up at home to Liverpool last Friday to drop to fifth place before impressing the manager by recovering from 2-0 down to win a League Cup tie 4-2 at Leicester.
They have covered 526.6km, less ground than any other team in the Premier League so far this season. That doesn't upset me, just gives me a feeling that it's hard.
"Why? Do you remember in the summer when we had the Soccer Aid, I managed the Rest of the World team against Jose's English side".
Leicester City manager Claudio Ranieri: "We are fearless". Stating that his team are "fearless" and asking journalists "why be scared [of going to Old Trafford]?", it's clear to see that the 64-year-old is not going to let the occasion get the better of his team.
Herrera said: "We had a bad week and we want to be positive".