Luke Shaw Slams Ten hag to celebrate win with England team-mates

Manchester United defender Luke Shaw showed a touch of class as he opted against joining in with his team-mates to celebrate their penalty shoot-out victory over Switzerland, instead going immediately over to his Swiss opponents to shake their hands.

Shaw, a second-half substitute, did not take a spot-kick but watched as Cole Palmer, Jude Bellingham, Bukayo Saka, Ivan Toney and Trent Alexander-Arnold all scored from 12 yards, after Jordan Pickford saved the Swiss’ first effort from Manuel Akanji.

The emotional Swiss broke down in tears as they were eliminated from the competition but Shaw was the only player who opted against celebrating, but instead shook the hands of every Swiss player he could.

The United left-back was brought onto the pitch on 78 minutes shortly after Breel Embolo had given Switzerland the lead at the far post.

However, just moments later Saka equalised by burying a low effort from the edge of the box past Yann Sommer, sending the game to extra-time.

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