Since his move to the Theatre of Dreams, Dutch tactician, Erik ten Hag has brought back smiles to the Old Trafford faithful given the team's latest performances which now leaves the club occupying the fifth position of the Premier League table besides leading their Europa League group.
What's more, the 52 year old's man management has been top notch with a number of players now putting on impressive displays week in week out given the tight competition that he has employed at the Red half of Manchester as no player is guaranteed a starting spot.
However, the former Ajax man seems to be obsessed with Portuguese superstar, Diogo Dalot with the 23 year old being the only player to have started every match under his management.
The FC Porto's academy graduate has established himself as the only choice at the right back slot, dominating wingers in each and every game he has played this season and forcing England international, Aaron Wan-Bissaka to retire to the bench ahead a potential January exit.
Dalot currently boasts a fantastic record of being the most successful player in terms of aerial duels won, interceptions made, take ons attempted and chances created and hence, making him undisputed starter in the United squad.
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