England shocked Germany in the European Championships last 16 after knocking them out with a 2-0 win. Germany were heavy favorites to sail through after England struggled in the group stages. However, England produced a dodged performance to knock out the Germans.
Although all England player produced a great game, Luke Shaw stood out with his performance. The England left back has come a long way from being injury prone to receiving heavy criticism from the then manager Jose Mourinho.
However, his performances have improved a lot in recent seasons. He has carried that form into the international scene. In their game against Germany he produced an assist for Sterling to score the first goal and he intercepted the ball in midfield before feeding Jack Grealish to assist Harry Kane's second.
This performance comes after Mourinho labelled his performance against Scotland in the final group stage as the only negative. Tonight he looked like a player who wanted to prove something. He ended up proving Mourinho wrong for his negative comments.
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