Former Arsenal forward Alex Iwobi was on parade for Everton when they took on premier league strugglers Norwich City at the carrow road on Wednesday.
The Super Eagles forward has now started back to back premier league games under Italian boss Carlo Ancelotti since his appointment last December.
The 24-year-old former Arsenal winger played for 90 minutes and was replaced by Gyfil Sidgursson in the added time as the Toffees recorded their first post-COVID-19 victory.
Iwobi started the game from the right-wing and was impressive all night, but the only thing missing from his game was a goal.
Iwobi had 63 touches, completed 4 out of the 5 dribbles attempted (80%), 7/9 duels won (78%), made 3 Key Passes, 29/39 acc. passes (74%) and got 8.1 ratings.
It was arguably his best performance since joining the club from Arsenal in 35 million pounds deal.
Meanwhile, Michael Keane’s earned Everton all three points after leaping highest at the near post to flick home Lucas Digne’s corner at an empty Carrow Road.