Leeds United have been flying under the guidance of Marcelo Bielsa and, after back-to-back draws, returned to winning ways on Tuesday evening with a resounding 3-0 victory over Preston.
The Peacocks are sitting pretty at the top of the Championship and emerged from three crucial points despite injury ravaging their attacking options, as young Tyler Roberts caught the eye by scoring a brace.
However, Roberts was not the only player to impress Leeds fans on Tuesday evening’s as supporters also took to social media to praise the display of Manchester City loanee Jack Harrison.
The 21-year-old, who didn’t impress some of his own fans on Twitter last month following some of his displays, scored a stunning equaliser against Millwall at the weekend and continued his fine form in the midweek clash, with the former New York City FC man pulling strings in an attacking midfield role.
That display thrilled supporters and even brought back memories of fan-favourite Robert Snodgrass. We have gathered some of the best reactions below.
— Ryan (@LeedsUtdRyan) September 19, 2018
— joel broughton (@joelbroughton) September 19, 2018
In reflection it could of been a cricket score. Saiz and Harrison different gravy #lufc
— Joe Ullock (@ForeverLeeds7) September 18, 2018
3-0 win ✓
Chances galore ✓
Harrison out of this World ✓
Jansson World class ✓
Roberts with 2 ✓
Over 27,000 midweek ✓
Clean sheet ✓
3 points ✓
Top. Of. The. Table ✓
Have I missed owt?! 😰
— WAFLL❤️ (@RyanLUFC92) September 18, 2018
Jack Harrison putting himself about more than a single mum on tinder. Quality performance #lufc
— Tom Townend (@Tomtownend99) September 18, 2018
How do you pick a MotM out of that lot tonight? Looked solid all 90 mins bar the odd moment playing it out of the back but 1-11 we looked very good. Changed MotM a few times but I’ll go with Harrison. Good to turn over that horrible lot too #lufc
— Mr Positive (@Russlufc) September 18, 2018
Jack Harrison has me on my feet every time he gets the ball. We miss Pablo but these run of games for Harrison could be a blessing #lufc
— Adam Room (@AdamRoom17) September 18, 2018
— #NoLongerFamous (@NoLongerFamous) September 18, 2018
Does Harrison remind anyone else of Snodgrass? A younger, faster version granted but moves like him and very tricky on ball. #LUFC
— The Wack (@TheWack180) September 18, 2018
Harrison = Snodgrass, you heard it here tenth #lufc
— RichieRich (@AMitherer) September 18, 2018