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Luke Shaw believes Harry Maguire has suffered more abuse than anyone
he has come across in football – but insists England fans need to accept he is a major part
of the team.

Maguire endured another difficult night after making
two mistakes as England prepared for the World Cup with a thrilling 3-3 Nations League draw at home to Germany.

The Manchester United captain’s name was greeted with a mixed reception as it was read out before kick-off and,
despite a positive chant breaking out in the
first-half, he would ultimately have an evening to forget.

Luke Shaw says Harry Maguire has suffered more abuse than anyone he has seen in football

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He conceded a penalty with a clumsy challenge on Jamal Musiala before being robbed
of possession as Kai Havertz doubled the lead for the visitors.

England rallied, Shaw pulling a goal back before a fine
Mason Mount strike and a Harry Kane penalty turned the game
around – only for Havertz to pounce on a Nick Pope error to level.

Maguire has not started United’s last four Premier League games, dropping out
of the side along with Shaw after Erik ten Hag’s tenure began with defeats to Brighton and Brentford,
but England boss Gareth Southgate continues to keep faith heading to Qatar.

‘I will be honest, it is a tough period at the moment,’ Shaw replied when asked
by BBC Football Daily about his United team-mate.

Maguire made a pair of costly mistakes for England in their 3-3 draw against Germany

It came after his name received a mixed reception prior to kick-off at
Wembley on Monday

‘Of course Harry is an amazing player, an amazing character.

He has taken a lot of stick, probably more than I have ever seen before in football but he never
hides away, he is always there.

‘You can have people that can hide away and not want to be in the spotlight but he keeps
putting himself in the spotlight and it shows the strength and character he
has got because, come on, everyone knows that he
is an unbelievable player.

‘At the moment the confidence might not be there because it might feel
like the whole world is against him, it is tough for him but us as players, staff we are all behind him because he is a very important player
and it shows Gareth’s trust that he has played
in both games.

‘Look at the Euros and what he has done, people need to understand he is a big part of the England team and they have to accept it.’

Shaw, who scored for the Three Lions on the night, has leaped to his
team-mate’s defence

The left-back has told fans to accept that Maguire is an ‘important
player’ for the England side

Shaw’s own absence from the United team has not impacted on his international form
as he put in a stellar performance against the Germans, grabbing
his third England goal along the way.

‘I think it shows the trust Gareth has in me,’ he said of keeping his England place despite not playing regularly for his
club.

‘I look at it from a club perspective, I know
the first two games weren’t good enough and fully understand the manager
has to make decisions.