Manchester united have had a great turn around since that 4-0 loss to Brentford on match week two and according to Malacia it's because of their tireless efforts as a team.
Malacia seems to have gained the trust of Erik ten Hag because since his second half cameo against Brentford, he has started every single match and has been excellent.
When asked about the premier league, the young full back said that their is no easy matches and every week is difficult but after the loss to Frank Thomas' side they talked a lot and they trained a lot doing all the basics and working hard.
He believes that's where it all started, they didn't start so well but they worked tirelessly and that's why they keep on winning games and now they have to work on their possession game.
He also highlighted that he's aware of the rivalry and what it means to the club whenever they play the Manchester derby and they will be looking to make it five straight wins against Man City and it will be really important to maintain their high standards.
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