Arsenal attacker, Alex Iwobi on Sunday replicated his new ability to nutmeg opponents in top-grade matches, as footballlive.ng reports that the Super Eagles star enacted another against Fulham in the English Premier League.
After setting tongues wagging on Thursday with the same skillful style of outwitting an opponent in The Gunners’ Europa League victory against Qarabag, Iwobi took the fad home to help his side whip Fulham.
Iwobi was at his skillful and tactical best, as The Gunners’ former under-21 team skipper got another assist and made an impressive impact in his side’s 5-1 trouncing of Fulham in a London Derby.
Iwobi was outstanding at the left flank, as Arsenal dominated possession and deservedly went in front through French striker, Alexander Lacazette before the half hour.
Before half time, Andre Schurrle slotted the ball past the keeper, after which Iwobi left mouths gaping with a nutmeg on his marker before placing a low cross to the path of Hector Bellerin, who forced the keeper to a save..
Incidentally, Iwobi was replaced by Aaron Ramsey in the 66th minute, and the Welsh star, who the Nigerian begged to stay at Emirates on Friday, made an instant impact with the third goal of the match, one minute after going on.