Man Utd fullback Shaw has message after England head injury

Man Utd fullback Shaw has message after England head injury

Man Utd fullback Shaw has message after England head injury

Spain head coach Luis Enrique was full of praise for David de Gea after his fine performance in the 2-1 victory over England at Wembley on Saturday.

England's World Cup satisfaction has been punctured by Spain on their homecoming. "He will return to Manchester United on Monday", the FA said.

Shaw was the world's most expensive teenager when he signed for United from Southampton for a reported £27 million ($35 million) in 2014, weeks after representing England at the World Cup in Brazil.

Southgate said the goal should have stood but admitted his side had struggled to counter Spain's passing game. I believe I've been through an experience that is as pressured as you're ever going to face, at any club or worldwide team, so I'm totally comfortable, and what's beyond that is to be decided.

Shaw has only played seven minutes of global football in the three years since as he has struggled to hold down a place in the United team until the start of this season.

"For me, I'm under contract, I'm enjoying the role, I love the challenge of it and that's it really".

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The Three Lions now head back to St. George's Park, where they will turn their attention to Tuesday's game with Switzerland at Leicester City's King Power Stadium.

But he does not appear to be rushing to commit to England beyond the next European Championship and when so much progress has been made under his leadership, that should be considered a concern.

"He knows we have real belief in him".

"We have got 19 matches, it's not very long, but, in my opinion, we have got the best group of players in the country here".

"He may have mistakes like everybody else, but we have one of the best in the world". I think in the end it's not something that's right to discuss publicly. "We are building and that is all we can do, play against these teams". We can either go back to our old style and we'll never be a top team, or we can keep trying to do what we do and suffer at times.

Most notable was Gomez's forward passing, with the Liverpool defender showcasing a rare ability, or perhaps willingness, to play vertically rather than horizontally.

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