Onyeka, Iwobi shine for clubs in important away draws

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Frank Onyeka played another starring role as Brentford secured a goalless draw at the Selhurst Park against Crystal Palace yesterday in one of the English Premier League ties.

Brentford started their campaign in the topflight last weekend with a 2-0 home win over Arsenal and they have made it two matches without a loss by virtue of the point gained against Crystal Palace.

Onyeka was available for 70 minutes before he was replaced by Saman Ghoddos as the club moved to four points from two games.

At the Elland Road, Leeds United failed to secure their first win of the season against Alex Iwobi inspired Everton FC who pulled a sensational 2-2 draw.

The Toffees were in ascendancy twice in the game but on both occasions, Leeds United came back to secure their first point of the season.

Iwobi had begun the season last weekend from the bench but he supplied the pass for Everton’s second goal against Southampton barely six minutes after his introduction in place of Andros Townsend.

The Super Eagles winger started the second game from the commencement of hostility and was substituted in the 75th minute for Townsend.

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