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Iwobi Gets Very Good Rating In Everton Win Vs Leicester City

Iwobi Gets Very Good Rating In Everton Win Vs Leicester City

Super Eagles forward Alex Iwobi got a very good rating for his impressive performance in Everton’s 2-1 win against Leicester City, in the Premier League on Wednesday.

Iwobi was in Carlo Ancelotti’s starting eleven against Leicester that paraded the duo of Kelechi Iheanacho and Wilfred Ndidi.

The game which was Iwobi’s 21st Premier League appearance for Everton this season, saw him come off on 68 minutes.

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And according to the ratings of the Everton players compiled by Liverpool Echo, the former Arsenal star was rated seven.

And commenting on Iwobi’s Performance Liverpool Echo wrote: “Most of Everton’s attacking play came down the opposite flank while he was on the pitch, but the high press of Iwobi on his side was key to try and force the visitors into errors. 

“It just didn’t work out for him in the end, but it was another tireless effort from the midfielder.”

Iwobi’s contribution helped Everton to remain unbeaten in three consecutive games since football returned in England.

The Toffees climbed to 11th position on 44 points in the Premier League table.

Everton player ratings vs Leicester City:

Jordan Pickford – 7

Seamus Coleman – 8

Michael Keane – 8

Mason Holgate – 8

Lucas Digne – 8

Alex Iwobi – 7

Andre Gomes – 6

Gylfi Sigurdsson – 7

Anthony Gordon – 8

Dominic Calvert-Lewin – 7

Richarlison – 7

Substitutes:

Tom Davies – 7

Yerry Mina – 7

Bernard – 6

By James Agberebi 

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  • GLORY 2 months ago

    Keep the fire burrning, ALEXANDER THE KING IWOBI. Only you can stop your effervescent talent n no one else. Continue to get yourself angry before entering the pitch, as that increases your adrenaline which in turn helps performance.