By Joe Ellis

13th Nov, 2022 | 9:10pm

Aston Villa starlet Lamare Bogarde wowed by 'unstoppable' Leeds United ace Crysencio Summerville

With four goals in as many games, Crysencio Summerville is one of the Premier League’s most in-form players and Leeds United need it.

Having scored the winners against Liverpool and Bournemouth, he carried his sensational streak going with the opening blow against Tottenham Hotspur in what eventually turned out to be a 4-3 defeat against Antonio Conte’s side.

After the match, Summerville took to Instagram to review the game and send his best to his Elland Road teammates heading for Qatar and the World Cup.

Among replies from Whites aces Mateo Joseph Fernandez, Brenden Aaronson, Sam Greenwood and Darko Gyabi was a reply from Aston Villa starlet Lamare Bogarde.

“Unstoppable,” was all the Villan responded with having played alongside Summerville for the Dutch youth sides while Crystal Palace youngster Jesurun Rak-Sakyi, currently on loan at Charlton Athletic, said, “too good.”

Too late for Qatar

Had Summerville gone on this remarkable run of form a month or two ago then he could expect to be joining Aaronson, Ramus Kristensen and Tyler Adams in Qatar at the World Cup.

Louis van Gaal’s Netherlands have a favourable group ahead of them with the hosts, Senegal and Ecuador to face before a match-up against the runners-up in Group B should they top their group which could be England, Iran, Wales or USA.

Alas, the 20-year-old won’t be on his way to the Middle East this week which allows him some time to recharge ahead of the intense run-in to the end of the season post-Christmas.

And that is ideal for Jesse Marsch who has found another match-winner from within the Thorp Arch ranks that he can call upon and he has now gone from a fringe player to a certain starter in just four games.

This form suggests that he perhaps should have been utilised sooner but Marsch won’t be bothered about that now he has settled in so quickly.

In other Leeds United news, Gabby Agbonlahor has ripped into the Whites after what he described as an amateurish performance against Spurs.