Paul Scholes questions Luke Shaw lifestyle

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Shaw suffered a nasty leg break in the 2015/16 season and has failed to deliver on the early promise he showed while at Southampton.

Shaw was excellent as he played the full 90 minutes with second-half goals from Romelu Lukaku and Marcus Rashford giving them the narrow win, and Mourinho stated post-match that he was "happy" with his return to the side.

"A very positive performance, especially with the balls going forward". "Creating a lot, great intensity in his game". No surprise that in minute 80 he is feeling the consequences of that intensity [by suffering cramp]. "But he's going to get more".

"It is normal, the first match of the season for him, but he was deserving of that opportunity for quite a long time".

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Scholes questioned Shaw the most, and suggested that the 22-year-old has not been in Mourinho's plans because he hasn't been living a "clean" life.

"I wanted to make changes, but Luke managed 90 minutes and I told him it is an opportunity to increase his levels".

Mourinho was not convinced about Silva's absence and referred to Arsenal striker Alexandre Lacazette, who played in last weekend's game despite manager Arsene Wenger saying he was injured Mourinho called for managers to be honest about injuries.

United will head into Monday's last-16 draw as one of the seeded sides following the victory, with Mourinho choosing to use the final Champions League group game as a chance to hand Shaw his first United start in 219 days.

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"We had Wayne Rooney, who was a player who if he missed a couple of games, you knew, didn't you, he's not looking after himself right, he needs to be playing all the time, Saturday-Monday, Saturday-Tuesday, whatever it may be".

Guardiola told reporters on Tuesday that Silva is doubt for Sunday's Manchester derby against United, but refused to specify the midfielder's problem, simply describing the issue as "something".

"I think Luke Shaw's exactly the same".

"After, he had a test on Friday morning and went to the game".

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