Man Utd fans all say the same thing as Luke Shaw finishes off beautiful team goal vs Bournemouth

    MANCHESTER UNITED fans were left drooling as Luke Shaw rounded off a superb team goal against Bournemouth.

    The defender started and finished the move to put the Red Devils 2-0 up.

    Luke Shaw left Manchester United fans drooling after scoring against Bournemouth

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    Luke Shaw left Manchester United fans drooling after scoring against BournemouthCredit: PA
    Shaw finished off a delightful team move

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    Shaw finished off a delightful team moveCredit: Reuters

    Shaw initially picked up the ball on the left, feeding Marcus Rashford who played it back in to his feet.

    He then surged forward into the Bournemouth half, passing to Bruno Fernandes who played it on out wide to Alejandro Garnacho.

    The teenager spotted Shaw who had continued his run into the box, picking him out perfectly for the defender to slot home.

    And United fans were left cooing by the move.

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    One wrote on Twitter: “Luke Shaw?!?! More like Shawberto Carlos.”

    Another said: “For me that’s goal of the season. Fantastic team move, started by Shaw finished by Shaw what a month he’s had since the World Cup.”

    And a third added: “That Shaw goal was one of the best team goals Manchester United have scored in a long time.”

    Shaw’s goal early into the second half came after Casemiro put United ahead before the break.

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    Rashford rounded off the win late on with yet another goal, continuing his superb form.

    Shaw played a part in that one, too, playing a delightful lofted pass over the top into Fernandes, who duly squared for Rashford to slot home.

    That was for 3-0, as the match ended, with United fans in dreamland.

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