EPL: Iwobi returns as Everton hammer West Brom

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His global teammate Semi Ajayi was also on parade for West Brom in the game.

Everton striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin scored the first hat-trick of his career as the Toffees went top of the fledgling Premier League table on Saturday.

James Rodriguez gave the Goodison Park outfit the lead for the first time in the encounter and West Brom's hopes of coming back into the game suffered a blow when they were reduced to 10 men after Kieran Gibbs was shown a straight red card.

Given the CV that he brought to Merseyside, the Colombia worldwide is easily the most high-profile player who Everton have signed this summer.

Iwobi was last weekend conspicuously missing in the season-opener away to Tottenham Hotspurs and that fuelled speculations around his future.

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The addition of Rodriguez has really lifted morale within the squad and long may it last from their perspective.

Referee Mike Dean had no choice but to send him off. Bilic was then also given his marching orders when he confronted the official during the interval.

However, the same way they started the first half like a house on fire, it was the Baggies that struck first in the second as Matheus Pereira made it 2-2 two minutes after the restart.

Pereira levelled matter for the Baggies shortly after the restart but Everton came back stronger with a strike from Michael Keane and two more goals from Calvert-Lewin.

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