Jack Harrison shows off bloody wounds which needed stitches on Instagram after Leeds’ battle with Wolves – THE INFORMANTI

Jack Harrison has taken to Instagram to reveal how much of a battering he took in Leeds’ win over Wolves.

The 26-year-old opened the scoring for the Whites in their crucial 4-2 victory away at the fellow Premier League strugglers.


Harrison was on the end of some tough tackles at Molineux

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His Instagram story has revealed all his wounds from the win

In the first half, he was pelted in the face by the ball and was left with a bloody nose.

However, it wasn’t the only wound he suffered away at Wolves, with Harrison posting his other injuries on social media.

A story on his Instagram account was accompanied with the caption: “Battle. Bloody nose. Bloody hand. Stiches at halftime.”

The bloody tip of the index finger on his right hand has clearly gone through the wars.

Both of his legs are covered in cuts and scratches, with stiches being seen on his left leg.

It’s clear Harrison put his body on the line for Leeds and helped them claim vital points in their quest for Premier League survival.

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Harrison had to get stiches in his left leg


Despite the wounds, his efforts proved crucial for Leeds

He scored the opening goal of the game in the 6th minute, firing in from Wilfried Gnonto’s low cross.

It was the winger’s third Premier League goal of the season, and second in as many games after his curling strike against Brighton.

Luke Ayling’s second half header put the Yorkshire outfit in a commanding lead, with Rasmus Kristensen scoring their third just after the hour mark.


His early goal set the tone for the rest of the match


Rodrigo’s finish capped off a great result for Leeds and a dismal afternoon for Wolves

Jonny Otto scored a stunner from long range for Wolves to reduce the deficit, and Matheus Cunha made it 3-2 as the clock ticked down.

However, Jonny was sent off for a nasty tackle on Ayling before Rodrigo scored Leeds’ fourth.

Captain Ruben Neves was also given his marching orders deep into stoppage time as Wolves fell to defeat with nine men.


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