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Calvert-Lewin is on fire; Has he scored hat-trick again -Ancelotti backs Everton striker for England call-up


  Everton boss Carlo Ancelotti praised Dominic Calvert-Lewin for his recent performance follow their victory on Wednesday after the striker scored his second hat-trick in four matches.

  Calvert-Lewin scored his eight goals from five matches this term with his hat-trick on Wednesday's 4-1 Carabao Cup last-16 win over West Ham at Goodison Park.

  The Striker scored his first goal in the game in 11th minute and later added two (2) more after his team-mate Richarlison had cancelled out Robert Snodgrass' equaliser.

   Carlo Ancelotti suggested Calvert is deserving of a first call-up to the England team when Southgate names his Squad on Thursday.

  He is doing a fantastic job in the moment. He is really in form and scoring a lot of goals, Ancelotti Said.

 The 23-years-old, who also bagged a treble against West Brom in the Premier League (11) eleven days ago. "He is in a very good moment.

  Whether he is the best Strike in England now, I don't know, however, I don't care. For me, for us, he is." Calvert has scored more goals than any other English Premier League player in all competitions this Season, is hopeful that he has done enough to win over England boss Gareth Southgate.

  I have said it many times before that it is my dream to play for England but I cannot control that so I am taking care of business at the point to give myself the best chance to make the next step, he added.      

I am enjoying my football, which is the importance thing. You look at the chances being created and they're there for me so it is my job to put them in the back of the net and I am obviously enjoying being able to do that at the point.

  Former Real Madrid Star James Rodriguez set up Richarlison for Everton's second goal. Rodriguez has now created 15 chances in four games since joining Everton from Madrid.

 "We have got players who are capable of scoring from different angles of the pitch which is very important," Calvert said. "When you have got that, it is a helping hand from everyone on the pitch.

   "A lot of my goals have been one-touch finishes so it is about getting in the right angles and being the man to put them in the back of the net." 

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