The 21-year-old striker with the best goals-minutes ratio in the top four divisions hopes to enhance his reputation when Marcelo Bielsa’s Leeds pitch up at the League Two club

The prospect of Leeds pitching up at Crawley and Marcelo Bielsa, one of the game’s most revered brains, squatting beside his now-cushioned and commercialised blue bucket in modest but smart surroundings is a match-up made for the FA Cup.

For Crawley, Sunday’s third-round meeting represents the biggest home game in their 125-year history. Throw in a 62-place chasm between the teams and that the League Two club boast the country’s sharpest shooter and there are the ingredients for an upset.

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