Luke Shaw Claims He'll Be Back In Update After Being Stretchered Off

England's Luke Shaw receives medical treatment after picking up an injury during the UEFA Nations League League A Group Four match at Wembley

England and Spain also face World Cup runners-up Croatia in League A Group 4 of the UEFA's new tournament created to add spice to the worldwide calendar.

However, Atletico Madrid midfielder Saul struck back nearly immediately, before Valencia attacker Rodrigo tapped home from a free kick to send La Roja in at half-time in the ascendancy.

He set up United team-mate Marcus Rashford with a delicate through ball in a sweeping England move to open the scoring on 11 minutes.

The turnaround was complete for Spain on 31 minutes as Rodrigo turned home Thiago Alacantara's in-swinging free-kick at the near post.

Spain's easy-on-the-eye style began to pick holes in England as the likes of Isco, Alcantara and Saul Niguez took charge.

However, his worldwide return was cut short by a head injury picked up in the second half of last night's game with Spain.

Had the equaliser been given, it would have been a fair reward for England's improved second half performance, Kane believes, despite having less of the ball than Spain.

England also had to deal with a shocking injury to left-back Shaw, who was stretchered from the field after a collision with Dani Carvajal in the 46th minute.

The defender was eventually loaded onto a stretcher and carted off the field with Danny Rose inserted as his replacement.

It was also a good night for David de Gea after the hard time he had in Russian Federation.

"They pressed us and we didn't keep the ball well enough".

Southgate said the goal should have stood but admitted his side had struggled to counter Spain's passing game.

"We have to accept Spain were better than us for long periods of the game", said Southgate. "I've seen teams fold in similar circumstances".

Despite the joy at reaching the last four in Russia, England have now lost three consecutive games for the first time in 30 years.

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