- Alex Iwobi has taken to social media to show fans his new customised boot
- The Nigerian star has been impressive in the Premier League for Everton
- Iwobi also played for Super Eagles in their last two games against Sierra Leone
Super Eagles star, Alex Iwobi, who is currently playing for Premier League giants, Everton, has shown his fans his new boot which will be used by him to play subsequent games.
Alex Iwobi while showing his followers the new boot has a message on with with 'End Police Brutality' written on the boot.
The former Arsenal star joined Everton in 2019 and has been in great form for the side since he left the Gunners.
Lack of active playing time at the Emirates stadium forced Alex Iwobi out of the Arsenal squad and he has been flourishing since he got to Everton.
Since joining Everton in 2019, Alex Iwobi has played 33 games so far for the Premier League side and has managed to score 1 goal so far.
Recently, the 24-year-old played for the Super Eagles of Nigeria in their African Cup of Nations qualifiers against Sierra Leone in Benin, Edo state and Freetown.
In the first leg which was played in Benin, Alex Iwobi scored for Nigeria even though Sierra Leone came back from 4-1 down to end the match 4-4.
Alex Iwobi was also among the Super Eagles squad that faced Sierra Leone in the return leg, but they were unable to score as it ended goallessly.
Since 2015, Alex Iwobi has so far played 44 games for the Super Eagles and has scored 9 goals.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Alex Iwobi was instrumental to Everton's fifth win in the Premier League as they narrowly defeated Fulham by 3-2 at Craven Cottage.
Carlo Ancelotti's side dominated the first half but had to defend in most parts of the second period to secure the victory.
Dominic Calvert-Lewin scored a goal right in the first minute before Bobby Reid equalized for the Cottagers.
Iwobi was involved in the build-up as Calvert-Lewin put the Toffees' back in front in the 29th-minute courtesy of an assist from Lucas Digne.
Abdoulaye Doucoure grabbed the third to make it 3-1 as he doubled the advantage for Merseysiders before Ruben Loftus-Cheek put Fulham back on track making it 3-2 as there were no further goals.
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