Leeds United fans have taken to Twitter to give their reaction to the performance of Manchester City-owned winger Jack Harrison against Reading.
Harrison, on loan from Premier League club City, was in action for Leeds in their Championship game against Reading away from home at the Madejski Stadium on Tuesday evening.
The 23-year-old, who can also operate as an attacking midfielder, started the match and played until the third minute of injury time, as it ended in a 1-0 win for Marcelo Bielsa’s side.
According to WhoScored, Harrison took one shot which ended in the goal, had a pass accuracy of 82.4%, took 50 touches, and attempted one dribble.
The win this evening means that Leeds are now at the top of the Championship table at the moment with 37 points from 18 matches.
Leeds fans were not impressed with the display produced by Harrison against Reading despite him scoring what proved to be the winner and have criticised the winger.
Below are some of the best comments:
Harrison been very frustrating, always trying to take one touch too many— Luke (@TurfLUFC) November 26, 2019
Too intricate with the final ball. Harrison back to his old ways of not passing the ball when in good positions. Need Costa to step up big time.Not good enough so far this season but did look bright since coming on. Reading there for the taking but they’ve had a few chances #lufc— D. F. (@DomLeeds1919) November 26, 2019
Harrison has so much ability on the ball but struggles to make the right decision.— JAY ⓁⓊⒻⒸ (@jasoneaton80) November 26, 2019
Could have got at least 3 shots off in that first half but chooses to beat the defender for a third or forth time
Harrison and Klich were absolutely dreadful that half! Hernandez wasn’t much better either.. changes needed, get shack on #LUFC— Ashley Churchill (@AshleyChurchil1) November 26, 2019
Jack Harrison is so frustrating, always picks the wrong pass or does a step over too many. #LUFC— Lew Jay (@lewjaymusic) November 26, 2019
Give Clarke a go , can’t be any worse then Harrison who ain’t having the best of games #lufc— Jonny Brown (@Jonnyboylufc) November 26, 2019
Harrison has no footballing brain. For a winger he has no idea how to drop a shoulder to create that yard of space to cross. He has the turning pace of the Titanic and telegraphs which way he is going to go every time. A player so easy to defend against. In summary: sh1te. #lufc— Uppity_John (@John62747999) November 26, 2019