Tuesday, 17 September 2013

Victor Moses Made Liverpool Proud

Former chelsea striker Victor Moses scored on his debut against Swansea on Monday night.

Moses scored in the 36th minute after picking up a loose pass from Jonjo Shelvey on the half way line.

The Nigerian moved towards the Swansea defence, evaded Chico Flores and placed an accurate shot past goal keeper Michel Vorm to give Liverpool a 2-1 lead.

He had also created a good heading chance to Sturridge in the 25th minute before then, but Michel made a good save.

The former chelsea striker was voted Man of the Match with an 8.4 rating. He had a 75% pass accuracy from 33 touches and completed three dribbles, which is the most for any player on the pitch.

Moses was replaced by Raheem Sterling in the 81st minute.

Tweeting after the match, Moses said: “Good point for us but disappointed not to win the game. Amazing feeling to score my first #LFC goal.”

Liverpool moved back to the top of the table with that points earned, and now have 10 points from four matches.

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