Showing few signs of rust despite only returning to training this week, the World Cup victor, wearing the captain's armband, impressed in possession and without it, leading by example and keeping his cool from the spot.
Jose Mourinho has sprung a surprise by starting Paul Pogba in Manchester United's first Premier League game of the season against Leicester City - just four days after the midfielder returned from a post-World Cup break.
"I see him very well but we need words with that small group to see if they can give us a hand".
Mourinho was left irritated by the lack of signings, says the Guardian, as his bosses believed the targets were no better than the players he already had. Clubs from other leagues are also free to bid for Premier League players.
"One lie repeated 1,000 times is still a lie, but the perception of the people is that it's true but it's still a lie".
"In pre-season it looked like I was saying something absolutely out of order, it looked like I was saying something insane", he added.
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"I'm going to enjoy this season".
"If you compare with Europe, you are at a complete disadvantage and it does not help the clubs in the Premier League", Pochettino said on Spurs' tour of the United States.
The move was created to ease disruption in the first few weeks of the campaign after a number of high-profile players, including Alexis Sanchez, Philippe Coutinho and Virgil van Dijk, missed matches at the start of last season due to transfer speculation.
Mourinho lent heavily on those that served him well during a disrupted pre-season at Old Trafford, but such options are no slouches and it showed after 77 seconds when Shaw fed Alexis Sanchez to get away a shot handled by Daniel Amartey.
A new season begins tomorrow with Manchester United looking to catch up to neighbours City. However, Mourinho's time in charge of the club has been filled with feuding with his players, ownership and the media.