The Leeds United winger struggled at Sheffield Wednesday this afternoon.
Leeds United fans aren't happy with Jack Harrison.
The Manchester City loanee started once again in the Whites' 0-0 draw away to Yorkshire rivals Sheffield Wednesday today.
But despite some bright moments, it was a regular Harrison performance from the Leeds winger.
Yes, the 22-year-old delivered some beautiful, teasing crosses into the box for Patrick Bamford, but for the most part his end product let him down, as did his attempts to penetrate the Owls' defence.
It hasn't been a brilliant second season on loan in West Yorkshire for the young winger so far, despite a very promising pre-season campaign.
Here's how Leeds fans reacted to his display this afternoon:
jack Harrison has to be the most infuriating player in world football #lufc— Louie Harris (@louieharris1919) October 26, 2019
Harrison makes the wrong decision just about every time. Ridiculously frustrating player. #lufc— George (@GDB1993) October 26, 2019
Jack Harrison is just a ball of wrong decisions, could easily be a key player if he had the proper end product #lufc— Luke Fella (@luke_fella) October 26, 2019
Jack Harrison is so useless— Andrew Wallace (@AndrewWallace4) October 26, 2019
Lets send him back then.— Michael Gledhill (@uki2484) October 26, 2019
Harrison tries so hard but he is terrible. Can we all stop pretending now? #lufc— Rob (@thepullofyou_) October 26, 2019
Harrison had a lively end to the game and had a shot cleared off the line, but all in all it simply wasn't enough for Leeds to snatch the points.
It's worth remembering that City reportedly wanted £20 million for Harrison [The Sun] this past summer and, on the evidence of his form this season, there's simply no way they'll be getting anywhere that.
This is a player who Whites boss Marcelo Bielsa loves, evident by the fact he has started every Championship game this season, but one goal from all those matches indicates that he isn't justifying his manager's belief.
Bielsa's side moved one point behind top-of-the-table West Brom, who can extend their lead over United to four points by beating Charlton at home this afternoon.
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