Regular games have put Dalot in pole position
MEN on Sunday|January 23, 2022
RALF Rangnick believes Diogo Dalot is one of United's best offensive options at full-back, but feels there is still room for improvement.
JAMES FINDLATER

The Portuguese defender has enjoyed a run of games in the side in the absence of Aaron Wan-Bissaka, who has been out injured since the start of January.

Dalot has impressed as he's deputised at right-back.

And his display led - perhaps somewhat controversially - to him being named the man-of-the-match by commentator Martin Keown during the midweek win over Brentford.

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