Leeds United forward Eddie Nketiah has impressed in the course of the international obligation for the England U21 aspect.
The teenager, who joined Leeds on mortgage from Arsenal this summer time, has impressed closely on the Yorkshire membership underneath Marcelo Bielsa.
He has continued his impressive type for his nation as properly. Nketiah started the match and was substituted in the 76th minute as England U21 gained 2-Zero towards Kosovo in Euro 2021 qualifying.
The 20-year-old took to social networking website Twitter after the match to precise his response. He wrote:
— Eddie Nketiah (@EddieNketiah9) September 9, 2019
Some Arsenal and Leeds followers on Twitter responded to his tweet shortly. Listed here are a few of the chosen tweets:
Hold pushing Eddie, your arduous work is paying off 💪
— The Arsenal Evaluate (@thearsreview) September 9, 2019
happy for you Eddie 👊🏻 now kick some Barnsley arse on Sunday
— Armo☀️🌙 (@Jordan_Armo) September 9, 2019
Properly accomplished lad, can’t wait for you to come house 🛑🛑afc
— afc14 (@afc1413) September 9, 2019
— Clinton deMontel (@clintonde) September 10, 2019
Nicely executed Ed was there tonight u labored onerous and have been unfortunate. Come back to Leeds and let’s push for promotion.
— Daniel Gittos (@DGittos) September 9, 2019
Glad you’ve had two good games Edward! And no injuries, all good! 🙌
— Tom (@murgs78) September 9, 2019
Leeds now …
— L33D5 UN1T3D (@LeeTate764) September 9, 2019
Manchester Metropolis’s highly-rated younger expertise Phil Foden scored twice in the course of the recreation. Foden took his possibilities nicely and transformed them from shut vary after the ball broke unfastened.
Nketiah is yet to start out a Championship recreation for Leeds, however he has already scored three objectives in all competitions. In the meanwhile, he's behind Patrick Bamford in the pecking order, however he's expected to play a key position for Leeds this season because the Whites chase promotion.
Leeds will face Barnsley of their next Championship recreation after the worldwide break.