Kagawa frustrated at lack of action

Manchester United midfielder Shinji Kagawa has spoken of his frustration at being side-lined by new Manchester United manager David Moyes, Sky Sports understands.

The Japan international, who moved to United from Borussia Dortmund last summer, hasn’t featured in any of the clubs three league matches so far this season, with his only appearance coming as a late substitute in the Community Shield win over Wigan Athletic.

The 28 year old has admitted to being frustrated at his lack of first team action under Moyes, but is hopeful that a fine goal in last night’s 3-1 win for Japan over Ghana may boost his chances at club level.

Elsewhere internationally, Robin Van Persie scored both goals as the Netherlands beat Andorra, to go two behind the country’s all-time top scorer Patrick Kluivert.

The former Barcelona, Ajax and AC Milan man hit 40 goals in ten years playing for the Netherlands, and Van Persie now looks nailed on to beat his record.

Finally, Gareth Southgate has confirmed the Wilfred Zaha will be assured of a place in his squad regardless of how often he features for United this season, according to the Mail Online.

The recently appointed England U21 manager is a big fan of the 20 year old, who like Kagawa has not featured for the Premier League champions since the Community Shield a month ago.