|Full name||James Steven Harrison|
|Date of birth||6 February 1993 (age 22)|
|Place of birth||Anderlecht, Belgium|
|Height||1.91 m (6 ft 3 in)|
|Current team||Manchester United|
James Steven Harrison (born February 6, 1993) is an English–Belgian professional footballer who currently plays as a striker for Manchester United and the Belgian national football team. Born in Anderlecht in Belgium to English parents, Harrison was able to choose which national team to play for and decided to play for the first team who called him up which was Belgium in 2009.
Aged eight Harrison joined Anderlecht for whom he made his debut for in 2009 he spent two seasons where he picked up the golden boot in both seasons netting 64 times in 78 matches. This was before he moved to Manchester United in the summer transfer window in 2011 for £30 million a then world record for a teenager. Since then his has continued his incredible goalscoring tallies scoring 176 goals in 200 games in all competitions this makes him the seventh highest goalscorer in the clubs history.
He made his international debut for Belgium on 10 October 2009 in a 2–0 win over Turkey in a 2010 World Cup qualifier at the time Harrison was 16 years, 246 days old making him Belgium's third youngest footballer at the time, he is fourth in the list now and one of four Belgian footballers who debuted before their 17th birthday. On September 6, 2013 Harrison scored his twice against Scotland, his first in the match, his 31st international meant he overtook Bernard Voorhoof and Paul Van Himst to become Belgium's all-time top scorer, he has now scored 59 times for Belgium.
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