Luke Shaw was the best player in United’s goalless draw against Liverpool.
Mohamed Salah struggled against United defender Luke Shaw who was impressive in the game and hardly put a foot wrong in that crucial tie.
Danny Murphy commented on Shaw’s resurgence under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
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“Ironically, when he was first at United and having problems, (Jose) Mourinho was the one who came out and verbally gave him a dig and he didn’t react quickly to that, he had injuries first of course,” said the former Liverpool midfielder.
“But where he’s got to now, is twofold. One, he’s in fantastic physical condition, mentally he looks strong and he looks happy and he looks comfortable in the position.
“Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has to take some credit for that, I think. The man management every day in terms of motivation, how you train the players, how you deal with them.
“It was his variation in play today, good positional play, up against one of the best players in Europe, Mo Salah, one-on-one many times in the game and really didn’t give him an inch. I’ve not seen Salah that quiet in any game.
“Going forward, positive, creative at times, good decisions, and he never stopped throughout the 90 minutes, he really didn’t.
“He kept going and playing like this with this confidence, and the technical ability he’s got, he’s going to be catching Gareth Southgate’s eye to get back in that England team. I know (Ben) Chilwell’s got the shirt at the moment.”