It has been a difficult year for Aaron Lennon but the winger stepped up his return to the Everton first team with a goal in a 3-0 friendly victory over Twente on Wednesday.
The former Tottenham winger was detained under the Mental Health Act in April and has not played competitively since February, having received treatment for a stress-related illness.
Lennon returned for pre-season and made his playing comeback in a 2-1 win over Gor Mahia in Tanzania last week, before getting on the scoresheet in De Lutte.
Kevin Mirallas opened the scoring against the Eredivisie outfit with a wonderful strike from the edge of the box, with Lennon adding the second after the break through a deflected drive.
Teenage midfielder Kieran Dowell curled in the third to complete a convincing victory for Ronald Koeman's men, who next face Genk on Saturday.
| Sit back and enjoy our match highlights package from tonight's 3-0 win over ... July 19, 2017
Good win from the lads tonight, happy to get on the scoresheet and some more minutes under my belt July 19, 2017
Second successive pre-season victory today against FC Twente. Great to see scoring his first goal of the season! July 19, 2017
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