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PremierLeague-News.Com- Jack Harrison scored and provided two assists as loan club Leeds United earned a 4-0 victory against Burnley at Turf Moor
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Jack Harrison must keep knocking on the door if the Manchester City winger is to force an England breakthrough. The 24-year-old, who is on loan at Leeds United for the third season running, scored and laid on two assists for the Whites as they humbled Burnley at Turf Moor on Saturday. Boasting as many direct goal combinations (16) as Kevin De Bruyne and Raheem Sterling this campaign, it's been a hugely successful introduction to life in the Premier League for the City forward - who has earned rave reviews for his all-action displays under Marcelo Bielsa, at Elland Road and beyond. Along with Leeds teammates Luke Ayling and Patrick Bamford, Harrison was overlooked by Gareth Southgate for three World Cup qualifiers in March - while he might have left it too late for a place at the European Championship. However, even with such high-quality competition when it comes to attacking players in the England set-up, there is no reason why Harrison can't eventually stake a claim. That's according to Match of the Day pundit and former Everton midfielder Leon Osman. Read More Related Articles 11 Man City players are fighting for just three Champions League final spots Read More Related Articles 'Perfect for Pep': Cole Palmer is earning rave reviews at Man City after breakthrough year Analysing Harrison's eye-catching showing against Burnley, Osman said: "It's a shame [no England call-up] because he's had an incredible season.
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. "But as you say, we have got an embarrassment of riches in that area. "The young man has just got to keep doing what he's doing - and keep trying to impress every single time he plays, because with performances like that, he's certainly going in the right direction."
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A curling strike from Mateusz Klich set Leeds on their way at Turf Moor, but it was City loanee Harrison who took centre stage upon the restart. There was an element of fortune about his goal as he turned home from close-range - but he needed to such luck when it came to laying on two assists for substitute Rodrigo. As a result, Harrison now has 16 direct goal involvements to his name this season; a return not only comparable to De Bruyne and Sterling, but England playmaker Jack Grealish as well.