The Nigerian international helped his team win a tough Champions League tie against Shakhtar DonetskVictor Moses, Nigeria international, is quickly making a name for himself at Stamford Bridge after scoring all his first three goals for Chelsea through headers and this is after comparisons have been made with Chelsea legend, Didier Drogba, who was a fantastic header of the ball before he left for China.
“The three goals that I have scored so far have been great,” Moses told SkySports in the post-game interview.
He scored against Wolves in the Capital One Cup which Chelsea won 6-0, scored last weekend against Swansea, which they drew 1-1, with Moses off the pitch and then on Wednesday to head in a last gasp winner in the 94th minute against Shakhtar Donetsk.
He also revealed that they targeted the goalkeeper because they noticed that he was bad in kicking out.
"We noticed that he was not really good at crosses and fortunately i scored from Mata's corner kick.
We just wanted to get the balls into the box because we knew we would cause him problems and we are delighted with the three points
And with the game against Juventus now very crucial, Moses said; "As the games come now, all of them are like cup finals and we just have to take these games as they come and hopefully we will get the win again.”
On SuperSport, Moses was commended all round and Terry Paine mentioned that England should not have missed getting Moses to play for the Three Lions.
“Though Chelsea still use him sparingly, he has bags of talent and I am just disappointed that England didn’t grab him for the national team because I think we can use guys of his talent,” said Paine.
Andre Arendse conceded Moses’ talent saying that the Nigerian brings a lot to this Chelsea team.
“He is a very good player and he brings a lot into the games he has played for Chelsea. I think he gets better and better every game that he plays with better players, meaning no disrespect to his other teams.
“I think he will be massive for Chelsea the more he gets game time," Arendse concluded.