Super Eagles of Nigeria prolific and versatile dazzler, Alex Iwobi was incredible today for Sean Dyche led Everton team in their 27th league game of the current campaign at home against Brentford at the Goodison Park in Liverpool.
The 26 year old Nigerian international and former Arsenal football club of England star retained his spot in his team's starting XI line-up having been considered as a key figure in the squad and he was able to deliver yet at the peak.
Alex Iwobi in the game once again made a prove that he is really enjoying his new midfield role as he gave an all-round performance for the host at the heart of the centre-field where he played more of the offensive role, thereby helped to get the ball advanced upfront which got his team to create some chances in the opposition box.
The host in the game opened the scoring sheet in the first minute courtesy of a goal from Dwight McNeil to make it one nil which was the only goal that separated the two sides going into the half time break.
The tempo of the game got intensed in the second half as they both put up some incredible style of play but none was able to found the back of the net until the full time as all attempts to add more to the tally of the game proved abortive.
Alex Iwobi with his great influx of influence in the game will be hoping to keep the momentum going for the Toffees in their next game as they continue their pursuit in the competition.
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