'Too good for this level': Media in awe of 'unbelievable' Leeds youngster who outshone Bamford for the u21s last night
Leeds United’s under-21s hammered Southampton last night as an experienced and quality outfit dismantled the Saints.
The likes of Patrick Bamford and Liam Cooper played – and scored four between them – while a host of other players from in and around the first-team picture also featured. A smattering of young players also impressed, with Darko Gyabi among those to play very well once again.
However, while there were so many good performances and a hat-trick for Patrick Bamford, it was the performance of winger, Crysencio Summerville, that really caught the eye. And watching on on the night was Leeds Live, who lauded the 20-year-old in their write up of the game.
“Clearly too good for this level. He bullied Southampton’s left-back all night with his ball control and skill. Scored Leeds’ second of the game with a smart finish before winning the penalty that led to Bamford’s second of the game,” Leeds Live wrote of the youngster.
Of course, Summerville has already been in and around the first-team this season and even started the recent 5-2 defeat at Brentford.
The ‘unbelievable‘ winger is clearly highly-rated at Leeds and has even taken the number ten shirt this season.
TBR’s View: Summerville A Star Of Leeds’ Future
The headline is right here, Summerville is simply too good for the under-21s level now and while game time is good, he needs more first-team minutes.
Summerville was simply outstanding last night and there is every chance that Leeds have unearthed another absolute gem of a young player here. Certainly, he is a player who can contribute to the first-team cause this season.
Leeds boss Jesse Marsch will be delighted with the performance of the 21s last night, and his first-teamers didn’t half show their class.
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