Following his debut against Aston Villa on Friday, Iwobi became the fifth Nigerian to play for the Toffees
The wideman was snapped up by the Toffees from Arsenal for a fee of Â£40 million, as manager Marco Silva strengthened his squad before the commencement of this season.
Iwobi made his much-awaited debut in Fridayâ€™s 2-0 defeat to Aston Villa after replacing Gylfi Sigurdsson in the 61st minute.
61' A double sub for the Blues, including a debut for @alexiwobi!âž¡ï¸ Kean and Iwobi ONâ¬…ï¸ Bernard and SIgurdsson OFFðŸ¦ 1-0 ðŸ”µ #AVLEVE
The Super Eaglesâ€™ star became the fifth Nigerian to represent the Goodison Park outfit.
The ex-Gunner narrowlyÂ missed a debut goal after his low shotÂ from Moise Keaneâ€™s header was denied by the woodwork.
82' POST!!!! ðŸ˜–Iwobi is denied a debut goal by the woodwork after collecting Keane's header, turning and drilling low with Heaton scrambling. Keep going, Blues!ðŸ¦ 1-0 ðŸ”µ #AVLEVE
Fridayâ€™s defeat at Villa Park is Evertonâ€™s first loss of the ongoing Premier League season - a result which sees them sit in ninth position with four points.
Iwobi would be eyeing his second appearance and first goal for the club when they face Lincoln City in Wednesdayâ€™s League Cup outing at Sincil Bank.