Welcome to the Premier League, Jack Harrison.
The previous New York City FC winger scored on his presentation in England's first-class, drawing Leeds United level at 1-1 in the twelfth moment of Saturday's season-opening conflict against shielding champions Liverpool.
Harrison gathered a long ball on the left flank, beat two protectors with some sharp spilling and completed unhesitatingly at the close to post with his correct foot. Look at the delicious objective for yourself:
Recently advanced Leeds, under the direction of eminent mentor Marcelo Bielsa, gave Liverpool everything they could deal with, just tumbling to a 4-3 annihilation because of a late punishment. Harrison would wind up going the full an hour and a half in addition to stoppage time.
Harrison, 23, shown up stateside from Manchester United's institute as a youngster to play for Berkshire, a top-end Massachusetts private academy program. He rose through the positions and went through one year at Wake Forest in the NCAA before being picked No. 1 in general in the 2016 MLS SuperDraft by Chicago Fire FC.
Immediately exchanged to NYCFC, Harrison had 14 objectives and 13 helps across two MLS seasons before making sure about a move abroad to Manchester City. After an underlying credit to Middlesbrough, the Englishman spent the accompanying two seasons at Leeds and helped them secure advancement to the Premier League.
Presently in his third season at Leeds, Harrison's on one more year-long advance and has cut out a critical job Bielsa. He's likewise making some history, turning into Leeds' first Premier League debutant to score since Nick Barmby in August 2002 against Manchester City.
This is Leeds' first season in the Premier League since 2003-04, obviously, however, he's now contributing against top clubs.
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