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Memphis Depay has given Manchester United the lead against PSV Eindhoven in the Champions League.
What a goal Memphis. Loves the Champions League doesn't he
Manchester United left-back Luke Shaw was stretchered off with a suspected broken leg after a challenge in the opposition penalty area.
Shaw ran into the box, but was challenged by Hector Moreno, leaving the England international on the floor.
Following very lengthy treatment on the pitch, Shaw was eventually replaced by Marcos Rojo, with the youngster receiving oxygen as he was stretchered off.
The incident happened in United's opening Champions League fixture against PSV Eindhoven in Netherlands.
PSV Eindhoven manager Phillip Cocu believes Memphis Depay will be a big hit at Old Trafford given time.
The Dutch international joined Manchester United from PSV this summer and has shown in glimpses what he can do.
It's normal you need some time to grow, you need a lot of games.
Physically he's very strong and he's a quick learner also. And I'm sure when he gets some time he'll get it very fast. He will bring goals.
He's a very vertical player who always likes to play towards the goal. Not only will he score goals, he has good vision.
He will have some ups and downs. I'm sure when he's been playing a few months, I'm convinced he'll get better and better.
Manchester United captain Wayne Rooney has been ruled out of this week's Champions League clash with PSV Eindhoven.
Rooney missed the 3-1 win over Liverpool on Saturday with a hamstring injury and has not recovered in time to travel to Netherlands.
The England captain's absence could mean Marouane Fellaini is once again forced to play upfront, with Anthony Martial and James Wilson also in the squad.
Anthony Martial can barely speak a word of English but he has already made a big impression on his Manchester United team-mates after a dream debut against Liverpool.
Twenty-one minutes after his introduction from the substitutes' bench, Martial bamboozled Martin Skrtel with a mazy run before slotting the ball past Simon Mignolet to score the final goal in United's 3-1 win over their bitter rivals.
It was a fantastic individual bit of skill, (there was) maybe a bit of luck in there as well, but the way he finished it was incredible and it's a great start from him.
It's early days for him - he's been away on international duty and only trained the last couple of days with us - but he's young and he wants to learn," Young added.
Morgan [Scheiderlin] is his translator as he doesn't speak much English yet, but if he can go out on the pitch and talk like that, that's enough for us.
Louis van Gaal hailed Anthony Martial as the best young forward in the world after he marked his debut with a stunning winner for Manchester United against Liverpool.
Twenty-one minutes after his introduction from the bench Martial beat Martin Skrtel on a mazy run before rolling the ball past Simon Mignolet to seal a 3-1 win for United against their bitter rivals.
"When you make a goal like Anthony did you cannot wish for more," the United manager said about Martial's debut.
"He has pace to dribble but his finishing was fantastic.
"A lot of players have made a debut and scored with me so it's a good signal."