Leeds United fell to yet another disappointing defeat in the Premier League against West Ham on Friday evening.
The Whites took the lead inside two minutes at Elland Road but were pegged back by set-pieces and headers from Tomas Soucek and Angelo Ogbonna.
Marcelo Bielsa made two substitutions at the break, and neither made any impact, but it was the players coming off who will be questioned.
Jack Harrison has been questionable in the past fortnight, to say the least.
The 24-year-old started the season in superb fashion but slowly seems to be fading away and his performance on Friday was his worst yet.
The winger completed one of his three crosses and was only successful with 50% of his dribbles, losing the ball six times according to WyScout.
Worryingly, Harrison only won 29% of his offensive duels and was easily marshalled out of the game by the likes of Vladimir Coufal.
This is a continuing trend though.
Harrison was equally as poor at Stamford Bridge last week – failing to complete any of his dribbles and crosses.
After back-to-back disaster classes, Harrison needs to be dropped against Newcastle to remind him that he needs to up his game significantly.
Who comes in though?
His replacement on Friday, Helder Costa, was equally as shocking, if not worst in the second half of the defeat.
That leaves Ian Poveda or Pablo Hernandez, with both of those options being unused substitutions against the Irons.
Hernandez appears to be out of favour at Elland Road, with Poveda getting more and more game time, something which could see him earn his first Premier League start next week.
The former Manchester City youngster has looked bright off the bench, and it may be time to see what he can do from the first whistle – no pressure.
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