Alex Iwobi now sends two-word message to £15m Everton player after Bournemouth win

Alex Iwobi has sent Everton midfielder James Garner a two-word message following the Blues’ 3-0 win over Bournemouth on Saturday.

Sean Dyche’s team won 3-0 at Goodison Park, with £15 million signing James Garner scoring his first Premier League goal.

Indeed, the former Manchester United star scored his first goal in a blue shirt at Villa Park’s 2-1 League Cup win last month, and his first Premier League goal is yet another step forward in his progress.
Garner took to Instagram after the game to express his delight at scoring and assisting the Toffees in securing a crucial three points.

The 22-year-old wrote on Twitter, “First Premier League goal.” What a rush, what a victory.”

In the comments section, former Everton player Alex Iwobi, who joined Fulham for £22 million this summer, sent Garner a two-word remark in response to his first strike. Garner has proved that he can contribute goals to Everton if deployed in his


Everton: James Garner - 'Sean Dyche wants me to get goals' - BBC Sport preferred position.
Garner took advantage of a Bournemouth defensive blunder, gathered up possession deep in the visitors’ half, and coolly stroked the ball past Neto, putting Everton ahead after just eight minutes.

Singing on loan Everton’s advantage was increased by Jack Harrison before Abdoulaye Doucoure clinched the victory with a second-half strike in front of a jubilant Gwladys Street.

While there were strong individual performances throughout the Toffees’ lineup, Garner’s remarkable effort won him Player of the Match on the BBC Sport website, with a rating of 7.79 out of 10.

Because of his versatility, the 22-year-old has played in a variety of positions at Goodison Park, including right-back and, more recently, right-wing.

However, it is evident that James Garner will thrive in a central midfield role, and his goal on Saturday should be the first of many in the Premier League for Everton.

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