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Everton: Fans laud Alex Iwobi’s international display

Everton: Fans laud Alex Iwobi’s international display -Everton News

Lots of Everton fans have been left lauding Alex Iwobi’s latest international display for Nigeria.

As shared by the Goodison Park faithful on their official Twitter page, the winger bagged himself two assists as the Super Eagles won 2-0 in their FIFA World Cup qualifying match against Liberia.

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Iwobi was also named the game’s Most Valuable Player (MVP), highlighting his influence upon his national side.

This follows the goal and assist that the former Arsenal ace has managed in the four appearances that he has made in total so far over all competitions this season (Transfermarkt), as he really seems to be hitting some good form under Rafa Benitez.

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He will certainly want to continue his fine form after the international break has finished.

Everton fans on Iwobi display

These supporters of the Merseyside club lauded his performance as details of it was shared on Twitter, with one Toffee even going as far as to claim that it was ‘brilliant’:

“The boy doing it again”

Credit: @callummatthevvs

“Imagine after 2 years Iwobi just turns boss. Starting the season unbelievable”

Credit: @ElliotB1878

“Flying!”

Credit: @the_street_end

“The lad has certainly been revitalized under Rafa. Long may it continue.”

Credit: @PeterPapadopo11

“Wow massive improvements… congratulations”

Credit: @Jesudian15

“Brilliant well done @alexiwobi having a cracking season”

Credit: @annmckenzie67

In other news, find out what transfer news has Blues baffled here!


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