Leeds United have always been known for producing some of the best talents up and down the country, and that has been no different this season.
The Whites have also made their academy stronger by upgrading their transfer plans and poaching some of Europe’s exciting players to come in and make a name for themselves.
Crysencio Summerville arrived at Elland Road in the summer, and after a slow start, he is really starting to catch the eye with the under-23s squad.
The young Dutchman released a training video on his personal Instagram account on Tuesday, and it featured him taking on numerous players in an incredible run before taking it round the keeper and scoring.
As you can see in this first screenshot, Summerville has the ball around the halfway line with his back to goal and stuck in a corner.
Not only does he escape that, but he leaves almost five players in cemented as he fires home in what was an unbelievable goal.
Adam Forshaw was involved in this training session, and he admitted that he simply uttered “wow” after watching Summerville get to work.
The young winger may have gone under-the-radar given the success of Joe Gelhardt and Sam Greenwood, but he has stood up to that challenge.
Summerville scored in the 5-0 thrashing against West Brom on Monday and added to his assist total too with a nice pass for Gelhardt to smash home.
Nearly every young talent has staked a claim for the first-team this season, and the wingers’ hat-trick against Burnley and three assists at Middlesbrough is just a snippet of what he can do.
Every fan base loves raw speed and skill from a winger, and this training video will certainly leave the Whites faithful buzzing for the future.
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