Luke Shaw: Defender suffers head injury on England comeback

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Rashford's opener means he has now scored in four of his six home starts for England, and it was made in Manchester as the striker latched onto a fine cross from his club team-mate Luke Shaw.

Luis Enrique won his first game in charge of Spain as La Roja came from behind to beat England 2-1 at Wembley in the Nations League. Shaw and Spain defender Dani Carvajal were challenging for the ball.

Shaw had to be taken off early in the second half, however, after a grim looking clash with Carvalhal, which left him on the floor for nearly ten minutes.

England teammates expressed relief about Shaw's injury, with manager Gareth Southgate equally relieved.

After England confirmed Shaw was "awake and alert", Ramos wrote on his social media page: "Get well soon Luke Shaw". "He's talking and seems fairly comfortable", Southgate said.

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This is undoubtedly a new era for Spain yet while all three retirees are not quite what they once were, what is notable on this night at least was just how many there are queuing up to take their places.

The encouragement lay in the bright moments from the three youngsters Southgate brought in - Joe Gomez, Marcus Rashford and Luke Shaw - and the powerful collective spirit carried over from Russian Federation....

Southgate also said it was "difficult to tell" if Shaw had lost consciousness on the pitch after the collision, adding: "We'll go through some tests". "It was a nasty looking fall and collision".

Few managers are as reluctant as Mourinho to throw in young players with the big money signings the easier option for a Manager who only cares about winning today, not tomorrow.

We wish Shaw all the best and hope he makes a speedy return to playing football. The Liverpool midfielder was left exposed in the middle of the park against a technically astute Spain midfield who completely overran him.

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