Manchester United undergo double blow after Luke Shaw and Scott McTominay choose up bookings in Wolves defeat and ruled out of subsequent Premier League sport towards Aston Villa
- Luke Shaw and Scott McTominay picked up their fifth bookings of the season
- It signifies that they may each be suspended for the following league sport at Villa Park
- The pair are nonetheless accessible for United’s subsequent sport – the FA Cup tie with Aston Villa
Manchester United’s disappointing defeat by Wolves was compounded by the bookings collected by Luke Shaw and Scott McTominay, which have ruled the influential pair out of the following Premier League match at Aston Villa.
Left-back Shaw and midfielder McTominay each collected their fifth bookings of the season within the second half of Monday’s 1-0 defeat at Old Trafford.
It signifies that they may each be suspended for the league encounter at Villa Park on January 15, however will likely be accessible to face Villa within the FA Cup 5 days earlier.
Midfielder Scott McTominay picked up his fifth reserving of the season towards Wolves
McTominay was cautioned by referee Mike Dean simply after half time for fouling Wolves winger Daniel Podence.
Shaw was proven a yellow card within the 56th minute, additionally for a foul on Podence.
Premier League guidelines state that any participant that collects 5 yellow playing cards within the first 19 league fixtures will serve a one-match ban.
Defender Luke Shaw was proven a yellow card within the 56th minute for a foul on Daniel Podence
McTominay’s absence towards Villa will likely be a blow to supervisor Ralf Rangnick because the the Scot has been ever-present beneath the interim boss.
Meanwhile, Shaw has just lately compelled his manner again into the workforce after Alex Telles was most popular towards Crystal Palace, Norwich and Newcastle.