EPL: Victor Moses makes winning return for Stoke City

Victor Moses

Nigeria’s Victor Moses put up a fine show for Stoke City on Saturday as the Potters secured a lone goal victory over Leicester in one of the day’s EPL fixtures.

It was the first game for Moses since his injury last November and the on-loan Chelsea star was given 86 minutes of action by Coach Mark Hughes who confessed he is excited with the return of the pacy winger.

While it was all smiles for Moses, there was bigger cheers at his parent club as Chelsea were in awesome form, pummelling Swansea 5-0 at the Liberty Stadium.

Diego Costa and Oscar scored two goals each for the Blues before Andre Schurle put the icing on the cake in the emphatic win for Jose Mourinho’s men.

Also, Liverpool cruised to their second successive away victory in the EPL as they thumped Aston Villa 0-2 at the Villa Park on Saturday.

A goal in each half saw the Reds running away with another crucial three points even as they extend their unbeaten run in all competitions to six matches.

Fabio Borini got Liverpool going with his 25th minute strike before substitute Rickie Lambert sealed victory with his 79th goal.

Manchester United also registered a 0-2 win away against QPR as the Red Devils returned to third spot on the EPL standings.

At Turf Moor, there was so much drama as Dwight Gayle scored a dramatic late winner as Crystal Palace came from two goals down to beat Burnley 3-2.

Palace have now jumped to 12th spot with the crucial away win.

At the White Hart Lane, Tottenham Hotspurs relied on a last gasp effort to beat Sunderland 2-1.


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