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Europa League: Moses Missing In Chelsea Win At Bate Borisov; Chukwueze, Agbo Benched

Europa League: Moses Missing In Chelsea Win At Bate Borisov; Chukwueze, Agbo Benched

By Adeboye Amosu:
Victor Moses was once again overlooked by Chelsea manager, Maurizio Sarri, as The Blues maintained their unbeaten run in the UEFA Europa League following a 1-0 away win against Belarusian club, BATE Borisov on Thursday, reports Completesportsnigeria.com.

Moses who featured as a substitute in The Blues’ 3-1 win against BATE Borisov in the reverse fixture at the Stamford Bridge was not listed for the game.


Oliver Giroud scored the winning goal for Chelsea in the 52nd minute nodding home Emerson Palmieri’s superb cross.

Former Nigeria U-23 Eagles forward, Sadiq Umar was also not listed in Glasgow Rangers’ 4-3 away defeat to Spartak Moscow of Russia at the Otkrtiya Arena, Moscow.

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At the Allianz Stadion, Wien, Samuel Chukwueze was left on the bench for the entire 90 minutes in Villarreal’s 0-0 away draw against Rapid Wien.

Chukwueze was on target in Villarreal’s 5-1 win in the first leg.

Super Eagles fringe midfielder, Uche Agbo was also benched by Belgian club, Standard Liege who lost 2-1 to Russian side, Krasnodar

Nigerian midfielder, Bonke Innocent also sat out Malmo’s 1-1 home draw against Norwegian club, Sarpsborg.

Fenerbahçe2 – 0Anderlecht
Astana2 – 1Jablonec
Spartak Moskva4 – 3Rangers
Rapid Wien0 – 0Villarreal
Krasnodar2 – 1Standard Liège
Akhisarspor2 – 3Sevilla
Apollon2 – 3Eintracht Frankfurt
Lazio2 – 1Olympique Marseille
Dynamo Kyiv3 – 1Rennes
Malmö FF1 – 1Sarpsborg 08
Genk1 – 1Beşiktaş
BATE0 – 1Chelsea
Vidi1 – 0PAOK

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  • Edoman 4 years ago

    Moses have been fired by the Chelsea Club. Stop looking for him whenever you see Chelsea playing.

  • Moses remains one of the greatest players in the history of Nigeria and he will do well without chelsea

  • Jidauna, G. G 4 years ago

    Moses made a great mistake by quiting the national team prematurely…. I believe he is regretting that poor decision now.
    One thing this players fail to understand is that, your value increases as you continually play for your country and not the other way round. Moreso, some team condition for record signing is that you should have played upto 75% matches for your country. It is against this background that friendly matches are organised yo rotate the players as well as preent them with sufficient playing time in the national team to boost their career.
    Players that are sliding towards exit the door are the ones that go to retirement to enable them make cool cash for retirement. Despite the quality he posses, without playing time and coupled with the riot act been made clear by the coach, he needs to move to another club. Furter delay will ruine his football career
    This should be a lesson for te young and upcoming footballers. Know that you need the country more in other to excel in your football career.

  • I expect him to act like a warrior which he had ever been … in Nigerian colours. No need acting like a cry-cry baby. Time to spread those wings beyond Chelsea.

  • Edoman 4 years ago

    No one will hire Moses for now. Even if he pledge to return to Super Eagle at the moment, Moses will discover that he is no more needed. He wants to invest his couple of millions he has saved into Real Estate enterprise. So sad for a player regarded so highly throughout the World just last summer. He would have turned South Africa inside out. I am praying his story will not end in shambles.From grace to grass. I have seen one before.

  • Moses has no chance in the Premier League any more.. He needs to more abroad if he is ever going to play again


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