Ex-Chelsea winger Moses revitalising his career at Spartak, scores for third game runningPublished: July 11, 2021
Former Chelsea winger Victor Moses is enjoying a new lease of life at Russian Premier League club Spartak Moscow.
The 2013 Africa Cup of Nations winner scored for the third consecutive pre-season game as the Red and Whites thrashed PFC Sochi 4-0 in their opening game of the Parimatch Premier Cup tournament on Sunday evening.
At Spartak Moscow's training camp in Austria, Moses opened his pre-season account versus NK Bravo on July 2 and got his second goal in a 4-2 win over HNK šibenik three days later.
In today's friendly, Zelimkhan Bakaev and Reziuan Mirzov scored to give Spartak Moscow a deserved two-goal cushion at half-time.
Spartak Moscow coach Rui Vitória made four changes at the break, bringing on Moses, Artem Rebrov, Ilya Kutepov and Aleksandr Sobolev.
Sobolev put the game out of the reach of PFC Sochi when he grabbed Spartak Moscow's third goal in the 62nd minute.
Moses scored arguably the pick of the goals with a brilliant long-range effort that sailed into the top corner seven minutes from time.
Spartak Moscow will face Rubin Kazan and Khimki in their last two friendlies before their first competitive game of the new season on July 24.
Photo Credit : spartak.com
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