Luke Shaw revealed that Kasper Schmeichel believed that Manchester United's left-back first goal was a stroke of luck. The 23-year-old started the first game of the season against Leicester and scored the new campaign with his first goal for the club at 83rd minute. And the left-back revealed that Leicester Schmeichel's goalkeeper approached him after the game to suggest that his attack was a stroke of luck. "For my career so far, it's probably the best feeling I've had, I want more sensations like that," he told Sky Sports. "That's why you come to stadiums like this, in teams like this, to help the team and score goals like this." It was the best feeling. " First touch? Resolved! – Schmeichel came to me later and said "generous man"! I said "I do not care has entered!" "To know more
Fluke or not, Shaw was pleased to finish a solid performance with a goal and Jose Mourinho was also excited to praise the left-back, which he heavily criticized in the past. "His game was very complete: if I forget the goal, which was an important goal for us, the performance was very complete," said the head of United. "I think there was a defensive error, and probably the linesman could have helped him and conceded a free kick against Leicester.
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"But it was a very, very complete performance, now it just has to move on." The mentality was very good, even the tactical discipline was very good. He still had the power to move forward and score an important goal for us. "Get all the latest Manchester United news in preview with our new app. Download it here now.