Luke Shaw’s attacking improvements proven by brilliant stat

Despite Manchester United playing out a boring 0-0 draw against Arsenal on Saturday afternoon, one player who is continuing to impress in a United shirt is full-back Luke Shaw.

Shaw, 25, joined United in 2014 after making a £33.75m switch from Southampton, as per Transfermarkt.

After spending nearly six-years with the Red Devils, Shaw hasn’t always been able to string a decent run of form together.

Often slated by pundits and fans alike, mostly for his failures when reaching opponents final-third, Shaw’s United career has not been without its adversity.

In addition to the criticism he has often suffered, a gut-wrenching leg-break in 2015 only added to the Englishman’s plight.

Nevertheless, in a remarkable bid to reinvent his game, Shaw has enjoyed a brilliant first-half to the 2020-21 campaign and has grown to become arguably one of his side’s most important players.

Back in action for the Red Devils earlier on Saturday during a 0-0 snooze fest against Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal, Shaw was once again one United’s best players.

In light of the 25-year-old’s continued impressive form, a brilliant stat has emerged which shows just how far his attacking game has come.

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