Jack Harrison is starting to make an impact at Leeds United, with the youngster set for an extended run in Marcelo Bielsa’s first-team.
Leeds have lost Pablo Hernandez to injury, which is allowing Harrison to feature on the right.
In Saturday’s clash with Millwall, Harrison enjoyed a special moment, with the 21-year-old’s long-range strike beating Ben Amos and securing a 1-1 draw.
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Harrison completed 90 minutes at the New Den, playing a crucial role in helping Leeds extend their unbeaten start to the Championship season.
The winger had one shot on goal, with that shot brining his goal in the 89th minute.
In possession, Harrison made 17 passes, which came at a success of 71%, whilst the winger also made two long balls.
Out of possession, Harrison made one tackle.
Harrison is benefitting from Hernandez’s injury, with the 21-year-old making the most of his extended run in the starting XI.
Against Middlesbrough before the international break, Harrison was good, but it was noted that he needed to take his performance to the next level.
It might not have been a complete performance from the winger, but he stuck at it and was rewarded with a goal, fully justifying the faith Bielsa is putting in him in the absence of Hernandez.
Leeds have a good opportunity to push on now, with two home fixtures in the coming week.
Harrison will also be looking to push on and nail down his place in the starting XI on a regular basis.
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