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Crysencio Summerville has given Jesse Marsch a problem to deal with when it comes to selecting his team, according to Paul Robinson.
Summerville, 21, has scored in each of his last two appearances for Leeds, capping his start against Liverpool at Anfield with a last-gasp winner to move the Whites out of the Premier League’s relegation zone.
Summerville has only started two league games this season with his most recent one coming due to Luis Sinisterra being injured.
Sinisterra, 23, cost the Whites a lot of money in the summer and has been a hit at Elland Road so far despite his game-time being limited by injuries and suspension.
And when it comes to choosing between Sinisterra and Summerville, Robinson believes the young Dutch attacker has given Marsch a bit of a dilemma.
Speaking to MOT Leeds News, Robinson said: “He’s given the manager a problem that he’s going to want.
“Summerville’s had an impact when he’s come on, which can work against players sometimes.
“Leeds haven’t got a very strong squad so he’s put himself in contention to start against Bournemouth now.
“Marsch moves that front-three around quite a bit and in all honesty, I don’t think he knows who are his best three apart from Brenden Aaronson because he plays without a doubt.
“Jack Harrison is probably the best of the rest but other than that, Marsch has changed it around and has given Summerville a great opportunity to play.”
Summerville has now made 18 senior appearances for Leeds and his only two goals for the club have come in the last two games.
The Netherlands Under-21 international has previously played for Feyenoord, ADO Den Haag and FC Dordecht in the Netherlands.