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Everton players respond as two-goal Moise Kean posts on Instagram

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Everton players respond as two-goal Moise Kean posts on Instagram

A number of Everton players have sent their messages of support for Moise Kean, who continued his good form with Paris Saint-Germain on Wednesday.

The striker, who is on a season-long loan from Goodison Park, scored twice against Dijon in Ligue 1 last weekend on only his second appearance for the club, and followed up with another brace against Istanbul Basaksehir.

PSG won the game 2-0, making it easy for Kean to steal all the headlines afterwards.

Istanbul Basaksehir v Paris Saint-Germain: Group H - UEFA Champions League

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His latest brace means Kean is now technically up to six for 2020/21 season, after scoring twice for Everton in the EFL Cup before departing on loan.

His first against Basaksehir was a nicely directed header from a corner, with his second a nice left-footed finish after a swivel.

Two well-taken goals from a player who appears to be growing in confidence.

Kean of course, had a difficult first season at Goodison Park after transferring for £27.5 million (BBC Sport), often failing to start games and then having little opportunity to make an impact as a substitute.

 

The youngster was infamously sent on and then brought off after just 18 minutes on the pitch against Manchester United by Duncan Ferguson last December.

 

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Good win guys ! @psg Happy for my first two goals in @championsleague ✌🏾✨🦍

A post shared by Moise kean 🦍 (@moise_kean) on Oct 28, 2020 at 2:55pm PDT

Many are wanting to see Kean realise his potential at PSG, and that was evident in the responses to his latest Instagram upload.

He wrote: “Good win guys! @psg Happy for my first two goals in @championsleague.”

Several first-team Everton players responded including Yannick Bolasie, Fabian Delph Lucas Digne, Niels Nkounkou and Alex Iwobi.

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