WATCH - Sam Greenwood scores another stunning free-kick for Leeds United's under-23s as Jack Harrison nets brace
SAM Greenwood scored another majestic free-kick for Leeds United's under-23s in a 4-1 win against York City on Saturday as Jack Harrison bagged a brace.
First team star Harrison was forced to miss Saturday's Premier League clash at Manchester City due to being ineligible to play against the side from whom he is still on loan.
Instead, the 24-year-old stepped out for United's under-23s at Thorp Arch and helped himself to a double but it was another gem of a free-kick from 19-year-old forward Greenwood that stole the show.
The teenager whipped an unstoppable delivery into the top left corner from around 25 yards out and the scoring was completed by Bobby Kamwa in addition to Harrison's brace.
Harrison took to his Instagram page afterwards to share footage of a mazy dribble and said: "Gutted to miss out on the game today but a good week of training getting ready for the next game."
Marcelo Bielsa's Whites are back in action a week on Monday night at home to Liverpool.
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Thank you Laura Collins