Victor Moses’ stock keeps rising in Chelsea as he keeps popping up with good performances.
Barely a week after scoring two goals for the Super Eagles in the Russia 2018 FIFA World Cup Qualifier against Algeria in Uyo, the wing back was again in his best element on Sunday at the Riverside in Chelsea’s 1-0 win against Middlesborough in an English Premier League match.
Although he missed a chance to make it two midway into the second after Diego Costa had shot the Blues ahead before half time, Moses was a torn in the flesh of the hosts as he was as rampaging as ever.
Moses had 74 touches in the game with 54 passes, 80% passing accuracy, 5 crosses and 3 shots. He was also an ever-present threat surging forward, covering 10.39km with 62 sprints.
His contribution to Antonio Conte’s squad cannot be overemphasised even as the team surged to the top of the premier league with 17 goals scored in the last six games and conceding none.