By Dominic Toner
Oumar Niasse scored for Everton’s Under-23s on Monday night – and the club’s supporters reacted hilariously on Twitter.
The 26-year-old striker has now scored two goals in as many games this season for the Under-23s since Ronald Koeman told him he will have no part in the first-team.
Everton’s youngsters beat Manchester United 2-0, with Niasse scoring a header in the second-half.
The Toffees signed the striker in January for £13.5million from Lokomotiv Moscow but he has failed to score on any of his seven senior appearances for the club.
Everton supporters have reacted on Twitter to Niasse scoring once again for the club and feel that he no longer has a future at the club despite his goals.
Hahahaha imagine if Niasse actually revives his Everton career
— ???????? (@Philswagielka) September 26, 2016
United's U23 team must be terrible, Niasse scored against them
— Dean Evans (@dixiescousin) September 26, 2016
RK's stance on Niasse is odd tho. I know its U23 level but hes finding the net. He must be terrible in 1st team training to shut door on him
— UpperGwladysBlue (@UpperGwladysBlu) September 26, 2016
Niasse found his level then
— Andy Rotheram (@AndyEFC1878) September 26, 2016
Imagin in 10 years when niasse is having a testimonial after scoring 250 league goals for us ????????
— CM (@COYB187811) September 26, 2016
Niasse doing bits for the U23s????????
— Rob Armand (@master_armand28) September 26, 2016
Niasse back on the scoresheet again tonight ???? ????????????????
— ALAN REDHEAD (@ALANRED83) September 26, 2016
Been out the country for 10 days. Come back and Oumar Niasse has scored 2 goals.
What on earth have I come back to ???? #IsThisRealLife
— Jay Magee (@JayMagee6) September 26, 2016
Koeman has opted to use attacking options Romelu Lukaku, Gerard Deulofeu and Enner Valencia for the campaign.
Everton’s manager made it clear that Niasse has no place in the first-team but he may be forced to consider him if he continues his good form for the Under-23s.
The Senegal international has struggled to adjust to English football but did enjoy good spell at his former club Lokomotiv.
He played 42 times for the Russian side during his two seasons with them, scoring 19 goals and supplying 14 assists.
In other Everton team news, the club’s supporters reacted to Gerard Deulofeu’s performance against Bournemouth.