Chelsea Loanee Moses Reacts After Appearance For Third Club In Europa League Knockout StagePublished: February 21, 2020
Chelsea-owned wing-back Victor Moses was delighted after Inter Milan's 2-0 road win against Ludogorets at the Ludogorets Arena on Thursday evening.
His appearance against the Bulgarian champions meant the former Nigeria international has now played for three different clubs in the Europa League knockout phase.
Moses started his Europa League adventure with Chelsea during the 2012-2013 season, before playing for Fenerbahce in the competition in the second half of last season.
He is one of the three players in the Inter Milan squad to have won the Europa League, the others being Ashley Young with Manchester United and Diego Godin with Atlético Madrid on two occasions.
Prior to yesterday's victory against Ludogorets, Antonio Conte's team had lost back-to-back matches against Napoli (Coppa Italia) and Lazio (Serie A).
Writing on social media, Moses said : "Back to winning ways and we go again Sunday 🙏🏿 @Inter".
The 2013 Africa Cup of Nation-winning winger started and was in action for 72 minutes against Ludogorets.
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