Super Eagles forward, Alex Iwobi, didn't start the match against Watford, a game they lost 5-2. Former Aston Villa striker, Gabriel Agbonlahor, thinks that a player like Iwobi doesn't deserve to start games for the English club because of his inconsistency.
While talking to Football Insider, Agbonlahor said that the only reason Iwobi is getting game time is that Richarlison and Dominic Calvert-Lewin are injured. He also said that Arsenal must be delighted to have let the forward go for about €30 million because even in Arsenal, he was inconsistent.
He said, “Iwobi will be Iwobi, he’s always been that player from when he was at Arsenal, you look at Iwobi one day, and he’s the best player on the pitch. In the next game, he’ll be the worst player. He’s always going to be up and down as a player.”
In 62 games for Everton, the Super Eagles player scored only two goals, that is one goal in every 31 games, which is poor for a player of his caliber. In Arsenal, he scored 11 goals in 100 games, which is like one goal in every 10 games.
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