Luke Shaw suffers head injury in England-Spain match

Luis Enrique staunchly defends Man United goalkeeper David de Gea's status as Spanish number one

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England reached their first World Cup semi-final in three decades in Russian Federation, before losing 2-1 to Croatia.

Spain began a new era under Luis Enrique in impressive fashion as they came from a goal down to outplay England in a 2-1 win in their Nations League opener at Wembley Stadium on Saturday. "We'll have to assess him overnight and tomorrow. We have to be fearless enough to stick to our principles and just better at what we are going to".

Manchester United fullback Luke Shaw has assured fans he's okay after suffering a serious head injury in England's defeat to Spain.

Shaw was one of few brought back into the fold, and the Man United full-back left the field on a stretcher and in a neck brace shortly after half-time, following a nasty collision with Dani Carvajal.

Posting on Twitter, the player wrote: "Thank you for all the love and support I am doing fine and am in the best hands".

England team-mates expressed relief about Shaw's injury, with manager Gareth Southgate equally relieved. "So there's a lot of good individual positives for us and for me, as a collective, they gave everything to get back into the game and I have to commend them for that".

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That clash gets underway from Wembley at 7:45pm on Tuesday evening in the final outing of the latest worldwide break.

Welbeck had the ball in the net deep into the allotted nine additional minutes only for him to be judged to have fouled De Gea in the process and the goal was ruled out, ensuring Spain left with all three points.

"The thing I liked most tonight was the attitude of my players", Enrique said.

"A certain part of the press has tried to divide us because we are two people with a lot of character. Now we can go on and improve".

As for Switzerland, they thrashed Iceland 6-0 in their Nations League opener last night.

In League D - the lowest tier - Belarus thrashed San Marino 5-0 and Luxembourg swept aside Moldova 4-0.

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