Man. United have eliminated from three of their last four FA Cup quarter-finals.
Jose Mourinho and his players came under scrutiny like never before this season following a performance devoid of ambition and penetration against the La Liga side.
Asked whether he had seen a positive reaction from his players after the Sevilla loss, he said: "I didn't have the reaction from all of them".
'Maybe they like me here because I always praise the atmosphere at Selhurst Park'.
And the Special One has now laid bare his thoughts on Shaw's performance, with the England worldwide most likely facing another spell out of the side as a result.
Mourinho showed particular anger that his demand in training for a quicker and more incisive transition game had not been carried out in practice.
Mourinho spared the goalscoring duo from criticism but he was scathing about the rest of the United players after the match, accusing them of a "lack of personality" and a "lack of desire". Sometimes there is a contradiction between what you work on in the past two days and what you did on the pitch.
He added: "We didn't play as I wanted them to play; we didn't play as I prepared the team to play".
"But big personality to cope with the mistakes, big personality to say and to think: "I am not playing well but at least I am going to do the basic things of the game". When questioned whether any of his players were returning for the clash, the 55-year-old said: "No, not yet". Brighton manager Chris Hughton said his team had caused United problems.