Harry Redknapp has told TalkSPORT (Tuesday, 7.40am) that Patrick Bamford’s second and third goals for Leeds United against Aston Villa last Friday were “world class”, as the Whites produced a stunning second-half at Villa Park.
Bamford, 27, took his tally to six goals in six league matches with a hat-trick against the Midlands side – all of which came in the second half of the 3-0 away win. He has added that hat-trick along with goals against Liverpool, Fulham and Sheffield United.
The English striker was much-criticised last season despite scoring 16 goals during the club’s promotion to the Premier League. He missed numerous chances, but his goal conversion rate has already massively improved since promotion.
Former Premier League manager Redknapp has lauded Bamford for his goals against Aston Villa, claiming the second and third efforts were “world class”. He also stated that he is delighted to see Bamford scoring goals in the Premier League.