Nigeria international, Victor Moses, was in action for 90 minutes as Chelsea Football Club humiliated their former coach, Jose Mourinho; beating Manchester United 4-0 on Sunday.
Moses before Sunday’s game had taken a swipe at the Portuguese gaffer who never gave him a chance to blossom at the London club.
Though he was not on target, the Nigerian forward now turned wing-back will be glad how his teammates turned on style to secure the emphatic win which has now taken them to fourth spot on the log.
Chelsea had the dream start in Sunday’s game as Pedro scored in the first minute. In the 21st minute, Garry Cahill added a second for the Blues as they took a 2-0 lead by the end of the first half.
Chelsea scored two goals again in the second half, this time Eden Hazard and N’Golo Kante hitting the back of the net.
While Moses was in action, his compatriot Mikel Obi was conspicuously missing.
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