- Cesc Fabregas hails teammate Victor Moses for scoring his deflected pass meant for Alvaro Morata
- The Nigerian international scored his second goal of the season
- Chelsea were 3-0 victors on the night against Alan Pardew’s West Bromwich at Stamford Bridge
Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas was happy Nigerian international Victor Moses converted his assist meant for Alvaro Morata in the 3-0 win against West Brom.
The Spanish international could not help himself after the match as he took to his instagram handle to send a sly jibe towards Moses.
He said on his Instagram: “Loving my boy @victormoses when he finishes off my assist! #finally”
Chelsea got back to winning ways after easing past the Baggies at Stamford Bridge courtesy of a brace from Eden Hazard and Victor Moses scoring his second of the season.
The Blues were under immense pressure to get a result after starting the day fifth in the Premier League.
The Stamford Bridge outfit had slipped into fifth position following Tottenham’s North London derby victory against Arsenal meant that put Spurs into top four.
Chelsea had lost back to back against Bournemouth and Watford, conceding seven in the process.
The spirit around the club was dark, but this latest victory against the Baggies seems to have elevated the mood in the Chelsea camp.
Moses scored his second goal this season after an attempted back heel from Fabregas towards Alvaro Morata was heavily deflected into his path as he made no mistake to convert.
Chelsea now breathe a sigh of relief as they will be preparing to face Barcelona in the Champions League and Manchester United in the Premier League in the coming weeks.
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