Iwobi, who scored his maiden goal for Evertonduring Wednesday’s League Cup outing against Lincoln City, continued his fine scoring form with another strike.
The 23-year-old summer-signing converted Gylfi Sigurdsson’s cross to the back of the net with his header to put Marco Silva’s men ahead again in the 12th minute.
Meanwhile is the man of the match as he scored twice for Everton in an entertaining Premier League contest at Goodison Park.
The Brazilian opened the scoring in the fifth minute, converting from 16 yards, following defensive miscommunication between Conor Coady and Rui Patricio, to spark a flurry of goals in the opening stages.
Wolves thought they had earned a point when Raul Jimenez bravely headed home in the 78th minute, but Richarlison showed his own aerial prowess two minutes later to rise above Willy Boly and give Everton all three points.
With his side pegged back for a second time, Richarlison, determined to be to on the winning side, made an excellent run into the box and leapt high above the Wolves defence to seal a hard-fought victory for Marco Silva’s side.
With only four Premier League games played, Everton climb to fifth in the table, while Wolves remain 17th and without a league win.
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