ALEX Iwobi put in a good performance for Everton as Carlo Ancelotti secured a hard-fought 3-2 away win against Fulham at the Craven Cottage on Sunday.
Drafted as a right-wing-back by Carlo Ancelotti, Iwobi was instrumental to Everton’s second goal of the game as he dribbled three Fulham players down the right before James Rodriguez and Lucas Digne combined to set up Calvert-Lewin for his second of the game.
Iwobi’s international teammate Ola Aina also featured for Fulham in the game along with Nigerian-born stars Tosin Adarabioyo and Ademola Lookman.
Also in the premier League, Semi Ajayi provided a masterclass performance in West Broms’s narrow 1-0 loss at Old Trafford to Manchester United.
In La Liga action on Saturday night saw Samuel Chukwueze as the difference-maker off the bench for Villarreal, helping the Yellow Submarines earn a 1-1 draw against champions Real Madrid.
Chukwueze, who came on during the second half for the hosts and was a constant menace, earned a penalty after being brought down by Madrid goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois in the box.
Gerard Moreno stepped up to take it and made no mistake, coolly slotting his effort into the bottom left corner of the net.
New Super Eagles defender Kevin Akpoguma played 90 mins as TSG Hoffenheim were held to a 3-3 Bundesliga draw against VfB Stuttgart at the PreZero Arena while Jamilu Collins was cautioned in the 61st minute in Paderborn 2-0 win over St Pauli in second division of the Bundesliga.
Goalkeeper Okoye Maduka kept another clean sheet as Sparta Rotterdam thrashed Ado Den Haag 6-0 in their Dutch Eredivisie clash at Sparta Stadion Het Kasteel on Sunday.
The 21 year-old Germany-born was in goal when De Kasteelheren beat RKC Waalwijk 2-0 before the international break.
In the Scottish Premiership, Joe Aribo and Leon Balogun were both impressive as Rangers cruised to a 4-0 win over Aberdeen at the Ibrox.
Joe Aribo played 75 minutes while Balogun lasted the entire match.
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