Jamaican footballer Leon Bailey was recently named Player of the Month for October by the popular football website BundesligaFanatic.com.

The 20-year-old has already made quite an impact in German’s top flight despite appearing in just 16 games for his club Bayer Leverkusen.  

The youngster is already being credited as being one of the driving forces behind Leverkusen’s rise in the Bundesliga, which sees them just three points shy the top four.

He was was arguably the Man of the Match in a recent 2-2 home draw with Wolfsburg and scored the goal that put Leverkusen 2-1 up in the 5-1 comeback win against Borussia Mönchengladbach.

He also earned Man of the Match for his efforts against Köln in the 2-1 Rheinderby win where he scored the equalising goal with a fantastic finish after getting pass keeper Timo Horn.

And Heiko Herrlich – Leverkusen’s manager has already offered high praises for Bailey saying:
“Leon is a weapon! He has unbelievable speed, a strong finish, and is incredibly difficult to defend. We are very satisfied with him.”

Related Post: Jamaican Wonderkid Leon Bailey Doing BIG Things In The German Bundesliga

Bailey returns to the field on Saturday when Leverkusen hosts 2nd place RB Leipzig.



                     

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Jamaican footballer Leon Bailey was recently named Player of the Month for October by the popular football website BundesligaFanatic.com.The 20-year-old has already made quite an impact in German's top flight despite appearing in just 16 games for his club Bayer Leverkusen.  The youngster is already being credited as being one of...

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