Otelul Galati manager Dorinel Munteanu has got his side playing a rather attacking 4-2-3-1 formation in a style that is similar to 2010 World Cup winners, Spain.
Holding midfielders Ioan Filip and Gabriel Giurgiu perform a Xabi Alonso and Sergio Busquets role in the centre, forming a double pivot which allows fullbacks Cornel Rapa and Adrian Salageanu license to get forward.
The man who plays the Cesc Fabregas role in the middle and pulls the strings is John Ibeh, the Nigerian who has never played for his home country but has been crucial to Otelul for the past two seasons.
It's usually his role to pick options in the final third and give good service for the front man, Marius Pena, to tuck away the chances, with the striker scoring six goals so far this season.
It is a rather bold style from Munteanu which saw them fight their way to the title last season, but is just a stretch too far this time, with their approach more careless than anything else.
If they play the way they have been this season against Manchester United, the chances of them winning would be a long shot indeed.