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- Maguire claimed award ahead of the likes of Anthony Gordon and Jeremy Doku
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Harry Maguire has won the Premier League Player of the Month award for November.
The Manchester United defender started all three of the side’s league outings in the month as they recorded three victories without conceding a goal.
The award caps a stunning turnaround for the 30-year-old, who has forced his way back into Erik Ten Hag’s starting XI after being stripped of the captaincy and looking set to depart Old Trafford in the summer.
The England international beat out competition from Manchester City’s Jeremy Doku, Newcastle United’s Anthony Gordon, Chelsea’s Raheem Sterling, Bournemouth’s Marcus Tavernier and Luton Town’s Thomas Kaminski in the voting.
He thanked his teammates, staff at Old Trafford and the fans after taking home the gong for the very first time.
Harry Maguire has won the Premier League Player of the Month award for his performances or Manchester United in November
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The 30-year-old led a defence that was unbreached in away games against Fulham and Everton, as well as at home to Luton
‘Couldn’t of done it without my team mates, the staff and you fans.’ Maguire wrote in a post on Instagram. ‘Your love and support doesn’t go unnoticed, I appreciate it.’
A testament to the former Leicester defender’s improved form has been the relative silence that has accompanied his selection for club and country in recent weeks.
Maguire has been one of Ten Hag’s most dependable players in a perplexing run that saw United become the league’s most in form team, whilst also teetering on the edge of a Champions League group stage exit.
United have put together a run of five Premier League wins in seven games that sees them in sixth, level on points with Tottenham and just three behind Manchester City.