Victor Moses makes return from injury as Chelsea pip Swansea

After missing eight games for the Blues, the defender made a second-half appearance as Antonio Conte’s men tamed the Swans

Victor Moses made his return from injury in Chelsea’s 1-0 triumph over Swansea in Wednesday’s Premier League clash.

It was the Nigeria international’s first game in a Blues jersey since he copped an injury against Crystal Palace on October 14.

And he was on parade for the last 15 minutes of the encounter after replacing Davide Zappacosta in the 75th minute, with Antonio Ruediger getting the lone goal at Stamford Bridge.

With the victory, Chelsea boast of five wins in six league games to remain third on the English topflight log with 29 points from 14 games.

Moses will be eyeing a starter’s shirt when the Roman Army host Newcastle United on December 2.

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