A smile spread on the face of Luke Shaw, Manchester United's left back, since arriving at St George's Park, the England national team training center on Monday (3/9) local time. That smile was like showing Shaw's feeling of being able to gain more confidence in joining the Three Lions squad.
Luke Shaw in the list of 23 players called coach Gareth Southgate to carry out friendly match against the national team of Spain and Switzerland, Sunday (9/9) and Tuesday (11/9). This is the first call for Shaw since March 2017.
The 23 year old boy was not selected to be part of the Three Lions squad for the 2018 World Pala It is the impact fitness condition Shaw since suffering a broken leg in September 2015. Since recovering from a severe injury that Shaw rarely get a chance to play, especially since Jose Mourinho architects Mancheter United.
The former Soutampton player last performed for England's senior team on March 22, 2017. In a friendly match against the German national team, at that time Shaw only played for seven minutes.
Luke Shaw began to show signs of his resurrection. This season Shaw has always played fully in the first four Premier League matches in 2018/19. It was Shaw's first chance since having a broken leg.
Shaw's impressive performance at the start of the season made Gareth Southgate impressed. Southgate didn't even call Ashley Young, Shaw's colleague. Young is Southgate's first choice in the left wing defender during the 2018 World Cup.
"He underwent an early pre-season to train his fitness and he is now reap the fruits of his hard work. I think we will see a very good player," said Ian Wright, former England striker and Arsenal, was quoted by Sky sports.
Now Luke Shaw looks at the second chance to become England's number one left back. Danny Higgmbotham, a former Manchester United and Southampton defender, believes Shaw can be a mainstay of England's left back for six or seven.
"He is a young player and he has everything. Hopefully now he is free from injury and in my opinion he is a very extraordinary player," Ginbotham told Sky Sports.
Shaw's challenge is to beat his competitors in the left wing defender position. Currently in that position Shaw must compete directly with Danny Rose and Fabian Delph.
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