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Iwobi Subbed On As Everton Claim Away Win To Go Second; Ndidi, Iheanacho Help Leicester Win at Norwich

Iwobi Subbed On As Everton Claim Away Win To Go Second; Ndidi, Iheanacho Help Leicester Win at Norwich 

Alex Iwobi was in action for Everton who defeated Brighton and Hove Albion 2-0 away in Saturday’s Premier League game.

Iwobi came in with 20 minutes left in the game for Dominic Calvert-Lewin.


Demarai Gray and Calvert-Lewin were the scorers for Everton who claimed their second win of the season.

The win took them to second on seven points after three games played.

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At Carrow Road Wilfred Ndidi and Kelechi Iheanacho featured for Leicester in their 2-1 win at Norwich City.

While Ndidi played for 90 minutes Iheanacho replaced Harvey Barnes on 67 minutes.

Jamie Vardy opened scoring in the 8th minute before Temu Pukki equalised on 44 minutes from the penalty spot.

But Marc Albrighton got the winner on 76 minutes to give Leicester the win.

The Foxes climb to eight position on six points on the log.

In other results, Brentford without Frank Onyeka held Aston Villa to a 1-1 draw away, Newcastle and Southampton played 2-2, West Ham and Palace settled to a 2-2 draw.

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  • pompei 4 weeks ago

    Full blown idiocy on display today from Richarlison. The Brazil star was “dragging” penalty rights with Calvert-Lewin, who is suposedly the team’s penalty taker, quarelling with his own team mates who tried to step in and calm him down!
    He lost his head completely. He thus put unnecessary pressure on Calvert-Lewin, who fortunately maintained his cool and converted the penalty. How foolish of Richarlison! Reminds me of the attitude of our 1994 set who’s competition with Yekini eventually made them all losers when it mattered most. Footballers are supposed to help each other out on the pitch, not compete with each other for newspaper headlines!
    Rafa Benitez needs read the riot act to Richarlison, Sir Alex “hairdryer” style. Perhaps docking his salary for a few weeks also. This type of behaviour is a no no.

  • He had a very good game when he came today