Alex Iwobi and Michael Keane inflicted the damage on Wolverhampton Wanderers on Tuesday night, scoring a goal apiece to give Everton their sixth win in nine away league outings this term.
Earlier this month, the in-form duo teamed up to take on our latest YouTube feature Social Recall - and it's not one to be missed!
We dug into the social media archives of both players to find the best - and most embarrassing - of what they've posted down the years.
The plan? To get them to recall the stories behind those posts - from the good to the downright cringeworthy!
Among a number of topics, Keane discussed playing alongside his twin brother, Will, at Manchester United as a teenager and the best golfing teammate he's had.
Iwobi, meanwhile, paid tribute to a legendary football boss, recalled his first encounter with Lionel Messi and laughed out loud at some of his younger childhood snaps!
Watch Social Recall with Alex Iwobi and Michael Keane below or via our official YouTube channel here.
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