Leeds United’s Premier League survival hopes have taken yet another hit following their 2-1 defeat at the hands of Fulham at Craven Cottage. It was a frustrating day for the Whites who struggled to create any meaningful chances despite matching their hosts for possession and equaling the big chances created throughout the game.
One player who stood out for all the wrong reasons was Jack Harrison, who had yet another uninspiring and lacklustre performance. The 26-year-old, who recently signed a five-year deal with the club, failed to make any impact on the game and was rightly substituted in the 80th minute by manager Javi Gracia.
Harrison only managed to complete 12 accurate passes and lost possession of the ball 17 times, highlighting his lack of composure and confidence on the ball. The winger also lost eight duels and failed to complete three dribble attempts while being dribbled past three times.
With Leeds’ Premier League status in jeopardy and their attack struggling to find the back of the net, it may be time for Gracia to consider switching up his options in the upcoming fixtures. Harrison, who has been dubbed “frustrating” by journalist James Marshment, should be one of the first players to lose his place in the starting lineup as his poor form could ultimately cost the team their place in the top flight.