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Rasmus Hojlund clinches Premier League’s Player of the Month for February

Rasmus Hojlund has made history as the first Danish player to win the Premier League Player of the Month as he is the recipient for February. The Manchester United forward’s exceptional form saw him scoring five goals across four matches, despite missing the last game of the month against Fulham due to injury.

Hojlund’s sharpshooting was on full display, with a conversion rate of 56% from his shots at goal (5/9), the highest among players attempting at least three shots in February. His consistent performance throughout the month has been a key factor in Manchester United’s offensive lineup.

After joining Manchester United last summer from Atalanta for €73.9 million, Hojlund took some time to establish himself as a crucial player for the club. He scored his first Premier League goal in his 15th appearance, during Manchester United’s home game against Aston Villa on Boxing Day in December, which the Red Devils won 3-2. Since then, Hojlund has not played a match without hitting the back of the net.