At February's Premier League monthly awards, David De Gea brought Manchester United's total of victories for the season to three.
In the 3-0 victory over Leicester City at Old Trafford, the United goalkeeper won the Save of the Month title for his full-stretch save to deflect Kelechi Iheanacho's header.
David De Gea, United's no.1
This is the first time a single club has won both the club trophy, which was created for the 2022–23 season, and the individual manager and player awards.
Erik ten Hag won the Manager of the Month award, beating out Marco Silva of Fulham and Antonio Conte of Tottenham as the Reds went undefeated in February, .
United's Manager, Erik Ten Hag.
The manager insisted on his staff accompanying him to stand for the official photo, just like when he won it in September, to emphasize the idea that it was a collective effort.
The trio award winners.
As the undisputed choice for February's finest player in the elite division, Marcus Rashford was the third Red's player to receive an award at Carrington.
The talented forward excelled in all competitions, although he only managed five goals in four league games, scoring against Crystal Palace, Leicester City, and both home and away Leeds United.
RashFord Marcus, February's star man.
'It's obviously a great feeling," he Said. "I feel like I am still pushing and working towards what I see as the best version of me. I know I have to do that with my team and I can't win these awards without my team-mates, as I have said before.
"Big thank you to my team-mates, to the staff and to the people who voted.''
Well a very big congratulations to David, Erik and Marcus!
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