The 23-year-old was praised by manager Jose Mourinho, and his show also helped him get into the English national side.
Shaw started the game for England against Spain in the UEFA Nations League, and set up Marcus Rashford with a peach of a ball to get the Lions going.
Shaw’s joy was cut short after a collision took place with Spain right-back Dani Carvajal. The injury saw him being stretchered off, with medics taking around 10 minutes to get him stable.
The left-back is definitely going to miss out on the next few matches, and as per a report in The Mirror, the number of games will at least be two, as the youngster is currently recovering from a concussion.
The 23-year-old was voted the Red Devils’ Player of the Month for August after impressing with a lot of panache in his play.
He isn’t going to be rushed back onto the field, and will miss United’s upcoming match against Watford this weekend.
Shaw is also expected to sit out of the UEFA Champions League meeting with Young Boys in a week’s time as well. However, he will be keen to return strong, and snatch his place back from Ashley Young, who is set to feature next.
The former Southampton player has suffered many injuries in the past, which included a broken leg in 2015. Just when he finally got going, the bad luck of injury has once again returned to haunt him.