Chelsea Loanee Moses Comes Through Comeback Game Unscathed After 68 Days OutPublished: October 27, 2019
Chelsea loanee Victor Moses returned to action on Saturday as Fenerbahce thrashed Konyaspor 5-1 in the Turkish Super Lig.
It was his first appearance for the Yellow Canaries since he suffered a muscle injury on the opening day of the season against Gaziantep FK on August 19.
Having made the bench last weekend, manager Ersun Yanal named the former Nigeria international in his starting line-up vs Konyaspor and he was in action for 81 minutes before he was substituted.
Though the winger didn't get on the scoresheet, he was involved in the buildup to Fenerbahce's second goal in the 14th minute when he dribbled past two Koyaspor defenders in the 18-yard box before finding Jørgensen, who slotted past goalkeeper Taskıran.
Moses is expected to retain his place in the matchday squad when Fenerbahce visit Kayserispor on game week ten after coming through yesterday's game unscathed.
Following their fifth win of the season, Fenerbahce are provisionally second in the standings with 17 points, two more than fourth placed Trabzonspor who have played a game less.
Photo Credit : fenerbahce.org
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