The wing-back registered his second goal in 19 English Premier League games this season to help ease pressure off manager Antonio Conte after back to back defeats to Bournemouth and Watford.
The former Liverpool player notched the second goal of the outing when he rifled home after Cesc Fabregas’ pass for Alvaro Morata fell to him.
And the 47-year-old is upbeat that the performance from the former Wigan Athletic forward has sent a message to the Super Eagles’ opponents in the World Cup.
“Great game and goal from VictorMoses,” Adepoju tweeted.
“He's already sending shivers down Super Eagles' Fifa World Cup opponents' spine."