Manchester United defeated bottom-placed Sheffield United 2-1 at the Bramall Lane.
It was an emotional evening for the visitors, with news breaking earlier in the day that club legend, Sir Bobby Charlton had died at the age of 86.
Man Utd started the game slowly but, following on from his dramatic double against Brentford before the international break, Scott McTominay again found the net to put the visitors ahead in the first half.
But the midfielder’s celebrations were short-lived as his handball gifted the hosts a penalty just minutes later – a chance that was emphatically taken by Oli McBurnie.
Both Bruno Fernandes and Sofyan Amrabat hit the woodwork as Man Utd sought to re-establish their lead, but it was Dalot whose shot from distance sealed the three points, slipping past the hands of Wes Foderingham as the Blades’ run of winless Premier League games extended to nine.