After watching England left back, Luke Shaw star in our Champions League victory over CSKA Moscow, Manchester United legend now turned pundit, Paul Scholes has stated that manager, Jose Mourinho should play the former Southampton man more often as he is the best left back at the club.
The BT Sport panel consisting of Gary Lineker, Rio Ferdinand, Paul Scholes and Steven Gerrard discussed what they feel is going on in the life of Shaw both on and off the pitch to say he can not seem to reach a consistent high level of performance, despite the fact he is so clearly blessed with bundles of talent.
"He was deserving that opportunity for a long time and is going to get more because his performance was really positive", added the Portuguese.
"He managed to stay on for 90 minutes".
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Honestly, it was a pleasure to see Shaw back in the squad and produce a performance of real quality.
There have been many reasons for Shaw's marginalisation at Old Trafford in recent seasons, ranging from injury misfortune and poor form.
"It's hard to say as we don't see what goes on behind the scenes, (but) I don't think he lives his life as clean as he possibly should do", Scholes said on BT Sports' coverage of the Champions League, before comparing the left-back's physique to that of Wayne Rooney.
"I don't think he lives his life as clean as he possibly should do".
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"In the second half, we had that strong reaction, we really didn't want to lose the match and I think the boys played professionally".
"We had Wayne Rooney, who was a player who if he missed a couple of games, you knew, didn't you, he's not looking after himself right, he needs to be playing all the time, Saturday-Monday, Saturday-Tuesday, whatever it may be".
Shaw looked as if he had a point to prove, and that he did. It was reported by Jack Austin of The Independent that the Red Devils are ready to move him on for £20 million in the January transfer window.
The 22-year-old has been criticised by the United boss and restricted to just two substitute appearances this season, yet the left-back produced a man-of-the-match display on his first start for 219 days.
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Shaw started nine Premier League in the 2016-17 season to struggle to get in the team ahead of his left-back rivals Daley Blind, Matteo Darmian and Ashley Young.