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Leeds United: Joe Wainman claims Jack Harrison is back after assist vs Tottenham Hotspur

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Leeds United presenter Joe Wainman has claimed that winger Jack Harrison is finally back in form after a good recent performance at the weekend.

On Sunday, Leeds could not hang on long enough to claim anything in their away trip to Tottenham Hotspur, losing 2-1 after conceding two second-half goals.

Efforts from Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg and Sergio Reguilon were enough to seal all three points for Spurs. However, Marcelo Bielsa’s men may feel unlucky not to have come away with any sort of result.

Leeds took the lead just before half time after some brilliant wing play from Harrison, which saw him lay the ball on a plate for Dan James to open the scoring.

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Despite the loss, Wainman was keen to praise the ‘unreal’ assist and suggested it could be the sign of a return to form for the 25-year-old.

While speaking on his YouTube channel, he explained: “I thought first half we were great. I want to say props to Jack Harrison as well.

“Jack, [it] felt like he was back. I thought Jack was great and his assist – his assist for that first goal for Dan James was unreal.”

TIF Thoughts on Jack Harrison and Leeds United…

It has been a fairly difficult campaign for pretty much everyone at Leeds so far. The Yorkshire outfit currently have just two league wins to their name all season and look set to be involved in a relegation scrap as the season continues.

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The £13.5m-rated Harrison has been one of the more notable underperformers during this period. The match against Tottenham was his 10th Premier League appearance of the season and before kick-off, he had not scored or claimed an assist in any other top-flight game this term (via Transfermarkt).

He was an integral part of the side last season and if Wainman is correct in his call, this could bode very well for Bielsa and co, who will be aiming to push themselves a little higher up the table in the coming months.

In other news: ‘Sleepwalking to relegation’, ‘This baffles me’ – Many LUFC fans ‘so angry’ at Hay’s Bielsa post

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