Eagles Roundup: Moses Grabs Assist For Inter; Akpom Bags Brace In PAOK’s Win Vs OFI

Eagles Roundup: Moses Grabs  Assist For Inter; Akpom Bags Brace In PAOK’s Win Vs OFI

Nigeria forward Chuba Akpom scored twice as PAOK thrashed OFI Crete 4-0 in their Greeek Super League clash on Sunday night, reports Completesports.com.

Akpom opened scoring for PAOK in the 50th minute and doubled the advantage from the spot 10 minutes later.

The 24-year-old has now scored six goals in 20 league appearances for PAOK this season.

His international teammate, Anderson Esiti started the game and was replaced by Brazilian midfielder Mauricio after the break.

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In Italy, Victor Moses bagged an assist in Inter Milan’s 4-2 win against AC Milan at the Stadio Guiseppe Meaza.

Moses started the game on the bench and replaced Antonio Candreva 10 minutes from time.

The 29-year-old set up Romelu Lukaku for Inter’s fourth goal deep into stoppage time.

It was Moses’ second league appearance for the Nerazzurri following his arrival on loan from Chelsea last month.

William Troost-Ekong featured for 90 minutes as Udinese recorded a 1-1 away draw at Brescia.

The 26-year-old has featured in 20 league games for Udinese this season.

By Adeboye Amosu

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COMMENTS

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  • Gowstok 5 months ago

    Moses has to come to SE. I doubt if Algeria would have defeated Nigeria if Victor moses was there

     
    • Shege luzzy 5 months ago

      really? So he should have come to replace Akpeyi who formed a wall and stood solidly behind it.the guy is good no doubt but we truly don’t miss him.The fear of the bench was d beginning of his wisdom.

       
    • Joel Chidi 5 months ago

      I forgot we never lost a game in all the games we played with him in the game. Messi Moses, @Gowstok and other great Nigerian fair weather fans need you back. You dare not turn your back on them or. Good boy

       
    • Who lost Rojo in the world cup game against Argentina in 2018. Oh yes, Victor Moses. Rojo went on to score the goal that eliminated us at that world cup

       
  • Gideon S 5 months ago

    @BigD, you don’t judge him on that alone, cos is a collective error as a time.

    What bout the good side of him?

    he’s a good servant!
    on my opinion.

    But we don’t really miss him, cos Men @Work.

     
    • @Gideon, I was responding to @Gowstock who thinks that Algeria would not have beaten us with Victor Moses in the side. I was showing that he can fail just like any other player in the squad

       
  • Dioyik Hachton 5 months ago

    Moses that plays for Nigeria like he is not interested in the game at all? Come on, say something else.
    Why do you think other coaches have kept him on the bench except for Conte and Conte had to use him as a wingback. Go and watch his previous games and find out.

     
    • Mr Hush 5 months ago

      This shouldn’t be a discussion cause the young man,Moses, has retired.And should be left at such.

      The that some of us are throwing tantrums at him is totally uncanny.
      Though, Victor Moses attitude towards the game defines a player that is lazy and non challant; but we shouldn’t be too quick to forget how much Victor Moses has achieved as a player for himself and the national team.
      I stand to be corrected, Victor Moses was one of the stand out players for Nigeria has we won the 2013 Afcon. He was totally unstoppable.
      He was very vital as we qualified for both 2014 and 2018 world cups.
      He was a key part of the Chelsea team that won the premiership under Conte sacrificing his role to adapt to the wing back and did really good.

      The fact that Moses had a bad world cup,( like most players of the team) , shouldn’t be used as an excuse to take away his great performances for club and country.

      We should learn to be logical with our assertion of our players and not be too quick to judge based on emotions rather than facts and practicality.

      For me, let Moses enjoy his retirement from the national team. He did serve us well.