Diogo Dalot has started at right-back for the second game in a row, taking the place of the €50 million Aaron Wan Bissaka, and he has produced back-to-back superb performances that might see him retain his place in Ralf Rangnick's starting XI in the future.
Many Red Devil fans across the globe have welcomed the choice to play Dalot ahead of Wan Bissaka, and the move has been met with enthusiasm by the vast majority of them. The point is, why should Dalot continue to start ahead of Wan Bissaka in the first place.
- Attacking Ability
The most impressive aspect of Dalot's game is his aggressive comeback, which is precisely what the Red Devils have been lacking on the left side for many seasons
It's hard not to ask if Wan Bissaka should really be starting for Manchester United when you consider teams like Liverpool with Arnold, Man City with Cancelo, and Chelsea with Reece James. The crux of the matter is that Wan Bissaka is completely ineffective in the last third, making him a liability moving forward.
Wan Bissaka is an outstanding ball-winning defender, there is no mistake about that! However, for a side like Manchester United, attacking-minded wing-backs are required, just as they are for their opponents (Liverpool, Chelsea, and Man City).
Manchester United will have more numbers forward as a result of the attacking skills of Luke Shaw and Dalot from both wingback positions. This will allow the attack to be free-flowing and goals to be simple to come by.
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