Luke Shaw is now suspended for England’s next game against Ukraine on Sunday. Check out Luke Shaw Red card and sent off here.

Luke Shaw : Red card | Sent off | Sending off

Shaw made his senior international debut for England in March 2014 in a 1–0 friendly win against Denmark, and later that year was selected in the squad for the FIFA World Cup.

Luke Shaw : Red card | Sent off | Sending off

He scored his first international goal in the UEFA Euro 2020 final, which was also the fastest ever scored in a UEFA European Championship final and fifth fastest in the tournament’s history.

Originally a member of Southampton’s youth system, Shaw made his first-team debut for the club in January 2012.

He signed his first professional contract in May that year before becoming a regular in the Southampton team over the next two seasons.

Luke Shaw Red card 

Manchester United defender Luke Shaw was given his marching orders during England’s Euro 2024 qualifiers clash against Italy.

Both Shaw and Harry Maguire were given the nod by Gareth Southgate to start in what was a 2-1 win for the Three Lions.

Declan Rice broke the deadlock in the 13th minute before Harry Kane also got on the score sheet from the spot-kick.

Southgate’s men looked to be in cruise control until Mateo Retegui found the back of the net, throwing the game into chaos.

England’s task to hold on was made more difficult by Shaw’s sending off.

Additionally the United defender received two yellow cards in the space of a mere 54 seconds.

The first was for time wasting in a bid to help his side maintain their slim lead. The second came after a clumsy tackle on an Italian international.

Eventually with Gli Azzurri on the counter-attack and Maguire down on the floor injured, Shaw brought down his man to break up play and give England time to re-organize themselves at the back.

Following Shaw’s dismissal, Southgate had to reshuffle the pack and it was Manchester City’s Phil Foden who paid the price.

Having come on as a substitute just 12 minutes earlier, Foden was taken off and Kieran Trippier was introduced into proceedings to plug the gaping hole at the back.

Luke Shaw sent off

Luke Shaw was sent off for two yellow cards in just 54 seconds as England were forced to cling on to earn a 2-1 win over Italy in Naples.

The left back was shown the first of his quick-fire yellow cards for time wasting by referee Srdjan Jovanovic.

Luke Shaw : Red card | Sent off | Sending off

Shaw was shown a second yellow moments later for a foul on Italian goalscorer Mateo Retegui.

The Manchester United left back’s red card came with just 10 minutes remaining, forcing Gareth Southgate to make a defensive substitution as England looked to preserve their narrow lead. 

Former England goalkeeper Rob Green, speaking on BBC Radio 5 Live, suggested the tackle summed up the Three Lions’ second half performance. 

‘It has been a sloppy second half and a sloppy couple of minutes for Luke Shaw.’

England were able to earn their first away win over Italy since 1961 as the 10-men successfully defended their 2-1 lead.

The Three Lions had dominated the first half at the Diego Armando Maradona Stadium in Naples.

Declan Rice gave England the lead following a rebound from a corner, before captain Harry Kane doubled the advantage from the penalty spot.

Additionally Kane’s effort saw the Tottenham striker become England’s all-time record scorer with his 54th goal, surpassing Wayne Rooney.

Sending off 

Luke Shaw was sent off and left dumbfounded after picking up two yellow cards within 60 seconds during England’s 2-1 win over Italy.

Also with 13 minutes left on the clock of the Euro 2024 qualifier clash, Shaw was booked for time-wasting as the Three Lions clung on to their narrow lead.

Luke Shaw : Red card | Sent off | Sending off

Then the Manchester United defender picked up another yellow when he lunged in to stop an Italy attack under a minute later.

So shortly after, Southgate decided to take off Bukayo Saka and Jude Bellingham for Conor Gallagher and Reece James.

Also his cautious substitutions paid off as the Three Lions held on to gain a vital three points over their fierce rivals in Group C.

Shaw’s red means he’ll miss England’s next qualifier against war-torn Ukraine on Sunday. But Man United fans didn’t mind as he’ll be fresh for the Red Devils’ next batch of games as they chase the FA Cup, Europa League and a Champions League spot.

One fan quipped: “England win. Shaw red card. Another player getting some rest. Happy days for @ManUtd lol.” And another mused: “Luke Shaw got a red card to rest for two weeks. Ten Hag must be so proud.”

By Rishabh

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