Two days after scoring his first Chelsea goal, Victor Moses had his first child.
Two days after he scored his first goal for his new club, Chelsea FC, Nigerian international, Victor Moses, became a proud father at 21.
Moses, Thursday, broke the news to his more than 45,000 Twitter followers, through his account, expressing delight at his status.
“I am really proud to announce I’m now a dad! Brentley Moses born this morning 3.960kg all healthy thank God! fanx 4 ur support” he tweeted.
The former Wigan attacker, who only completed his dream move to Chelsea this summer for nine million pounds, has also been impressive for his London team.
On Tuesday evening, the Nigerian was handed his first start at Chelsea in a Capital One League Cup game with Wolverhampton. He rewarded his Coach, Roberto Di Matteo, with a goal for the confidence reposed in him. Chelsea won the game by 6-1.
Already Moses’ fans have been praising the young Nigerian for his ability to be able to score on and off the pitch.
Many people, including Dare Art Alade, award winning musician, have been sending greetings to Moses on the delivery of the baby.
Alade who confessed to not being a fan of Chelsea said he was happy with news of the arrival of the daughter already named Bentley.
“Congrats man. 1st goal though I hate ya club and a big welcome to your daughter. Bless,” Alade tweeted.
Chelsea faces a tough test this weekend as they travel to the Emirate to play Arsenal, and it is likely that Moses will be gunning for a goal for his new daughter.