Henry Onyekuru briefly commemorated Everton on his efforts by introducing a poem for Galatasaray on the loan of the 5-2 attack in Antalyaspor.
The Nigerian player moved up to 11 times this season for the Istanbul club with two award-winning prizes, second and fourth nights of the net in the 65th and 78th minutes.
In addition Sofiane Feghouli (17), Badou Ndiaye (68) and the Mbaye Diagne (90 + 4) with the effect of making sure that Galatasaray closed the gap on Basaksehir's arduous leaders to eight points with the resolution of t nine games remain.
The Onyekuru form focuses on specifically the observations of Marcel Brands, football to Blues in a current article by Everton ECHO journalist with Phil Kirkbride about crediting the opponents. T young people already on the books rather than following a sign of money.
The Blues were asked to try and find a high-profile position for Romelu Lukaku since the Belgian beater hit Manchester United in 2017.
Brands said: “I think we have a good team and I know the fans are asking if we can get a new attacker who can visit 20 goals.
“I think England is a very lucky club that we have three players with big abilities who are just 21 years old.
“We have Dominic [ Calvert-Lewin ]We have Richarlison and we have Ademola [ Lookman ].
“And if I introduce a new player, a large attacker or a name, should I destroy one of them? My aim is also to protect these boys. Everyone agrees that they have a great capacity and a very good future. ”
Onyekuru came to Everton from the Eupen Belgian club for £ 7million in 2017 but was unable to get a job permit to play in the UK but he was able to borrow it back to Jupiler League with Anderlecht.
After 10 visits to Brussels last year, he signed a temporary long-term move at Galatasaray in July last year with Goodison leaders saying they are lending a £ 700,000 license.