In the early hours of this morning, in the sixth round of the Premier League, Leeds United played against Villa. In the second half, Bamford scored a goal for Leeds United to set the record, becoming the first team in the history of nearly 83 years to score 3 away goals in the first three away games in the top league. player of.
In the 55th minute of the game, Bamford scored a supplementary shot in front of the goal, helping Leeds United get a 1-0 lead away.
This is the fourth goal that Bamford has scored in the league this season. In the first three rounds of the season, Bamford scored one goal each. They were away against Liverpool, Sheffield United and against Fulham at home. After failing to win the game against Manchester City and Wolves, the 27-year-old England striker finally recovered his shooting boots in the away game.
According to Opta statistics, Bamford has thus become the first player in team history to average goals in the team's top three away games since the 1937/38 season.
Subsequently, Bamford’s left-footed long shot from outside the penalty zone blasted a world wave and scored twice to help the team get a 2-0 lead.
So far this season, Bamford has played 6 Premier League appearances on behalf of the White Roses, all of which started. He has scored 5 goals and sent 1 assist.