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He may have played just the one game, yet Luke Shaw left the biggest impact on the World Cup for England.
His display against Costa Rica was exceptional and showed a player who is ready for international football despite being just 18 years old.
Unlike his teammate Leighton Baines, Shaw slotted in with ease on the left side of defence, rarely exposed and able to offer just as much in attack as he did defensively.
Shaw showed great maturity late on, too, when Marco Urena broke free on the counter.
Rather than diving in and acting rashly, Shaw was a cool customer and did enough to force his opponent off stride, with England eventually winning a goal kick from a dangerous position.
It was one moment in a fine performance that outlined why so many clubs are going to be chasing his signature this summer.