Nigerian winger, Victor Moses made a winning debut at Spartak Moscow over the weekend after completing a loan move from Chelsea.
The 29-year-old, who is currently on his sixth loan stint away from Chelsea since joining the club in 2012, signed a season-long loan deal with Spartak.
The Russian club defeated Khimki 3-2 in a league clash on Saturday as Moses made his first appearance.
Delighted to make my debut for this great club! Great to start with a win yesterday, hopefully the start of many ?? pic.twitter.com/EZm0sUh2Oz
— Victor Moses (@VictorMoses) October 18, 2020
Moses was brought on in the 55 minute of the game, as a replacement for Nail Umyarov.
The former Liverpool and Wigan winger will hope to make his first start when Spartak take on Yenisey in an Cup clash on Wednesday.
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