Luke Shaw’s injury is a big set back to England Coach Roy Hogson’s preparations for 2016 Euro finals in France.
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Luke Shaw’s injury is a big set back to England Coach Roy Hogson’s preparations for 2016 Euro finals in France.
Luke Shaw’s injury is a big set back to England Coach Roy Hogson’s preparations for 2016 Euro finals in France.

PSV 2-1 Manchester United
After a season long absence from the Champions League, Manchester United suffered their first defeat at the hands of PSV Eindhoven, a 2-0 loss with a goal that cancelled Memphis Depay’s lead strike in the 41st  minute coming from Hector Moreno in the 46th minute goal.
Then in the 56th minute Luciano Narsingh latched onto a Maxima Lesteinne cross for a second goal, earning PSV all three points.
In the game ManU left back and England international Luke Shaw suffered a broken right foot after colliding with Moreno in the 26th
minute in a match played at Phillips Stadion.

The defeat left Louis van Gaal’s Red Devils in third place of Group A, just behind PSV Eindhoven and Wolfsburg, who earlier in the opening game won against CSKA Moscow.

Meanwhile, Luke Shaw’s injury is a big set back to England Coach Roy Hogson’s preparations for 2016 Euro finals in France.

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 In other games played:
Manchester City were beaten 2-1 by Italian and ‘vice champions’
Juventus at Eithad Stadium, with Giorgio Chielline scoring an own goal against Juve in the 57th minute. But the joy was short-lived as newly acquired Mario Mandzukic and brilliant Alvaro Morata scored for Juve.
Real Madrid walloped Shakhtar Donesky by 4-0 at Santiago Bernabeu in Spain with Ronaldo getting a hat trick in the second half after Karim
Benzema’s first half strike. The Ronaldo hat trick has now made him
the highest Champion’s League scorer with 80 goals against Messi’s 77.

Benfica 2-0 Estana
Garatasaray 0-2 Atletico Madrid
PSG 2-0 Malmo
Sevilla 3-0 M’ngladbach
Wolfsburg 1-0 CSKA Moscow