Victor Moses has made it two Man of the Match awards in two games as Chelsea notched a second consecutive one-goal win in the Premier League, beating Spurs 2-1 at Stamford Bridge on Saturday after last Sunday’s 1-0 away win over Middlesbrough.
Moses did not score in that one, but he got the winner in today’s massive clash with top-four and title-chasing implication, which also consigned Spurs to their 30th match in a row without a win at Stamford Bridge.
Moses (alongside the other goalscorer, Pedro) talked to BT Sport after the match and revealed that not only is he pleased with his goal, but he’s pleased to have found his home at Chelsea.
“I am very pleased with the goal but the most important thing is the three points. There’s nothing we could about the Spurs goal. Fortunately Pedro got us back in the game”
“I feel like I have found a home here. It’s my club. I’m pleased the manager has given me a chance to express myself. I just want to keep playing my football and we are very happy with win today.”
Thing have been going so well for Moses that he was even linked with Barcelona earlier in the week. The Catalan giants are still looking for a proper replacement for Dani Alves, and Moses’s unlikely excellence at right wing-back has apparently got even their attentions. And rightly so.