Everton Wins as Iwobi watched from the Bench for 90 Minutes

Everton Shines as Alex Iwobi Aims Exit form the Club

Everton rolled over Salford City last night to advance to the next stage of the Carabao Cup, they hit the woodwork five times on their way to defeating a spirited Salford City to set up a Carabao Cup third-round visit to League One Fleetwood Town. Former Juventus star player Michael Keane gave the opener in first-half of the game through a header, Gylfi Sigurdsson was also in the scoresheet as he gave a beautiful first-time finish to make the scores two before Moise Kean converted a late penalty secured victory for his team.

The Italian forward who scored twice yesterday had earlier hinted on his exit from the club following his lack of playing time, the young striker is gradually proving his worth to his new manager Carlo Ancelloti. Sigurdsson and Anthony Gordon (twice) had efforts that struck the bar or post in the second half.

They made a total of 32 shots throughout the 90 minutes, which is the most attempts they’ve ever had in a game since February 2016. Everton manager Ancelloti is gradually building his team following their 1-0 defeat to Tottenham in the opening game of the English Premier League, the thing now is some player are obviously not in the plan of the Italian.

Following the arrival of James Rodiguez, Allan and Abdoulaye Doucoure who are all midfielders the place of former Arsenal midfielder Alex Iwobi who joined the team in the last transfer in the team is now in doubt. The Nigerian international could be leaving the club this summer as it seems the manager has no plans for him this season.

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