Lots of Leeds fans have taken to Twitter to slam Jack Harrison’s display against Wolves in the Premier League.
Trailing at half-time, Marcelo Bielsa’ side are staring down the barrel of a fifth defeat already in the Premier League this campaign as Wolves’ Hwang Hee-chan opened the scoring for Bruno Lage’s side in the 10th minute to give the Midlands side the lead heading into the interval.
Harrison, lining up on the left wing in a 4-2-3-1 formation, allowed Nelson Semedo to pass him far to easily on the right for the Wolves goal. The Portuguese international subsequently cut it back to Raul Jimenez, with the Mexican’s shot deflecting into Hwang’s path who cooly finished past Illan Meslier from 10 yards.
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Offensively, the former Manchester City man has also offered very little for the home side during the first half and below is a look at what some Leeds fans had to say about their winger.
What did Leeds fans say about Harrison’s performance vs Wolves?
“10m for Jack Harrison looking less like a bargain and more of a robbery every game”
“Harrison is probably one of the worst premier League footballers I’ve ever seen”
“Harrison is having a stinker, surely has to be replaced at HT”
“Harrison was great until we actually paid for him”
“Two examples of players not playing as a team, and that’s why fans get angry. Kilch and Harrison both choosing to shoot when they should have passed”
“Harrison’s been extremely poor so far”
“Harrison having an absolute nightmare today”
Especially given the importance of the match, Harrison has yet to display why he should be a first choice fixture within Bielsa first choice XI on a consistent basis. Whether he’s just taken his eye off the ball, or whether Bielsa’s tactics have yet to really bring the best out of him, the winger simply hasn’t been anywhere near his best so far this campaign.
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