Hector Moreno injures another opponent just days after leaving Manchester United defender Luke Shaw with a double fractured leg

PSV midfielder forced Oussama Tannane off the field

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Just four days after leaving Manchester United left back Luke Shaw with a double fracture in his leg, PSV defender Hector Moreno was at it again.

Moreno, who scored and was named official man of the match by Uefa, left Heracles midfielder Oussama Tannane limping off the pitch after a knee-high tackle on Sunday.

The Mexican defender apologised to Shaw in the aftermath of the defeat, although revealed that he didn't think it was a bad tackle, and even visited the England defender in hospital after the match.

But Moreno's latest incident, a knee-high studs up tackle after arriving late to a loose ball, left Heracles midfielder Tannane furious and even mentioned the Shaw incident.

"He came with his outstretched leg on to my knee. If that's not a card, I don't know what is," said the Moroccan-born midfielder to De Telegraaf.

"I do not know if it was conscious, but he was just too late. I thought it was a disgraceful offence. Moreno also knows what he did last week."


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