A number of Leeds United fans have taken to Twitter to give their thoughts on the Whites players' performances in the 1-1 draw with Derby County at Elland Road and one player who came under a lot scrutiny was Jack Harrison.
Prior to the Championship clash against the Rams, there was some talk about whether Helder Costa should be in line for his full league debut for the Whites in place of the 22-year-old Manchester City man, but Marcelo Bielsa went with the latter.
Harrison ended up having a poor game for Leeds as he huffed and puffed but simply couldn't provide the crucial delivery that the team needed, and he ended up cutting a frustrated figure before Costa eventually came on just before the hour in his place.
Here is what some Leeds fans said on social media regarding the £3.6million-valued (Transfermarkt) winger's contributions to the team on the day:
The Harrison thing needs sorting. The longer it persists the more and more pressure on him. Needs a few games out of the limelight #lufc— Neils Diamond (@NeilsDiamond) 21 September 2019
Costa for Harrison next week surely !— jon rosten (@jonro1465) 21 September 2019
I don’t think any single player is to blame but Bamford has to be up there for the chances he missed, as does Klich for the pen and Harrison for being generally poor— Tyler (@LUFCTy) 21 September 2019
New plan:— Jason Flintham (@JasonAFlintham) 21 September 2019
Send Harrison back to Man City,
Have Bamford spend the rest of the season with the U23s,
Start Costa and Nketiah EVERY. SINGLE. GAME!!!
Either that or say goodbye to our last chance of ever seeing the Premier League again! #lufc
Harrison plays as if he has never learned wingplay craft. He looks down and crosses blind every time. #lufc— John (@JohnLufc43) 21 September 2019
If Harrison starts next game I’ll expect the same situation. Carrying him for 60 minutes brings on pressure we don’t need at back end of game when we haven’t put teams away. He makes 0 chances happen. #lufc— Nigel Thomas (@nt86lufc) 21 September 2019
The less that involves Bamford and Harrison the happier I’ll be.— Ron (@ronaallleeds) 21 September 2019
Derby full-back Max Lowe's own goal looked set to be the difference between the two teams, although Leeds should have put the result beyond doubt by the latter stages of the game, such was their dominance, but Chris Martin's stoppage-time equaliser forced a share of the spoils at Elland Road.
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