Victor Moses backs Chelsea to move on after Atletico Madrid stalemate

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Though the 26-year-old is dissatisfied with the Blues’ stalemate at Stamford Bridge, he is upbeat that they will keep ‘fighting’ for more points

Victor Moses is confident that Chelsea will not relent on winning despite their 1-1 draw with Atletico Madrid in Tuesday’s Champions League encounter.

Antonio Conte’s men ended their group campaign in the competition tied on 11 points with Roma, which saw them qualify for the knockout phase as runners-up.

And the wing-back who featured for the entire duration of the game took to Twitter to acknowledge his disappointment expressed confidence that the Blues will bounce back.

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“Disappointed to not take all three points but we never stop fighting,” he tweeted.

Moses will be hoping for his third start since his return from a hamstring injury when Chelsea clash with West Ham United for their next league game on Saturday.

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