Nigerian International and Everton FC footballer, Alex Iwobi, has shared his childhood photograph to celebrate his birthday.
The former Arsenal FC forward/winger turned 24 years today and took to twitter to post how huge a man he’s become.
His facial resemblance was stunning as his fans were elated. Individuals’ face change as they develop, however that of Iwobi is consistently the same.
Iwobi was conceived as Alexander Chuka Iwobi on the third of May 1996, in Lagos State, Nigeria. His parents later moved to England at four years old, after a brief stay in Turkey, and experienced childhood in Newham, London.
Alexander Chuka Iwobi (brought into the world 3 May 1996) is a Nigerian expert footballer who plays as a forward for Premier League club Everton and the Nigeria national group.
He started his vocation at Arsenal, showing up and scoring 15 goals, and winning the FA Cup in 2017. In August 2019, he moved to Everton for an underlying £28 million expense.
Iwobi spoke to England up to under-18 level. He made his senior worldwide introduction for Nigeria in October 2015, and was a piece of their crews at the 2018 FIFA World Cup and 2019 Africa Cup of Nations, coming third at the last mentioned.
On 27 October 2015, Iwobi made his first-group debut for the club, beginning in a 3–0 annihilation to Sheffield Wednesday in the Round of 16 of the League Cup. He made his Premier League debut four days after the match ending in a 3–0 win against Swansea City at the Liberty Stadium, as a half-time substitute for Mesut Özil. Iwobi made his Champions League debut as an 85th-minute substitute in a 5–1 destruction against Bayern Munich. Iwobi began in the main group for the 2015–16 FA Cup third and fourth-round home successes against Sunderland and Burnley individually.
In the wake of getting a first Champions League start in a 3–1 away annihilation to Barcelona, Iwobi proceeded to score two goals in his first two Premier League begins in quite a while against Everton, and Watford, separately.
In the accompanying season, Iwobi changed his jerseys number from 45 to 17, after Alexis Sánchez took number 7 from the withdrawing Tomáš Rosický. He proceeded to include all through Arsenal’s triumphant FA Cup battle of 2016–17, winning 2–1 against Chelsea in the final.He made further progress with Arsenal in the 2017 Community Shield, in which Arsenal beat Chelsea on punishments.
In January 2018, a video was discharged that supposedly indicated Iwobi at a late-night party 36 hours before a match. In May 2018, after Arsenal supervisor Arsène Wenger declared he would leave the club, Iwobi depicted him as a “motivation” and expressed it was dismal yet energizing.
In August 2018, he marked another drawn-out agreement with the club, purportedly until 2023.
In January 2019, Iwobi was the subject of supposed bigotry from Indian on-screen character Esha Gupta, an Arsenal envoy. In July 2019, after the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations, he said he was anticipating coming back to club football with Arsenal
Alex Iwobi shares a delightful youth photograph as he marks 24
Alex Iwobi at age 4
He started his Arsenal youth profession in 2004–2015, preceding being elevated to the senior group in 2015–2019. He later joined Everton in 2019 for an underlying £28 million expense and right now playing there.