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Moses Bags 4th Europa League Assist As Spartak Beat Napoli, Boost Knockout Hopes 

Moses Bags 4th Europa League Assist As Spartak Beat Napoli, Boost Knockout Hopes 

Victor Moses provided an assist as Spartak Moscow edged Napoli 2-1, in Group C of the Europa League and boost their chance of qualifying for the knockout round, Completesports.com reports.

It was Moses’ fourth assist in five games in this season’s Europa League for Spartak.

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The former Nigeria international provided a cross which Aleksandr Sobolev headed in to make it 2-0 on 29 minutes.

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Sobolev had given Spartak the lead from the penalty spot in the third minute as within two minutes Stanislav Lobotka had clumsily brought down Quincy Promes just inside the box.

The result means that Spartak now leap to the top of the group on seven points after five games played, same points as second-placed Napoli.

Legia Warsaw (six points) and Leicester (five points) occupy third and fourth spot respectively.

By James Agberebi 

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  • MONKEY POST 1 year ago

    We seriously need this guy. Even if means a presidential call up(from Buhari). Please Victor Moses let’s do this one more time!

    • Chinenye 1 year ago

      And he’s playing with his real age between if he doesn’t want to rescind he’s decisions then let him be

    • Collins 1 year ago

      Hahaha, a call from Nigerian politician abi, or I’m I not reading well again? The problem is even that Moses hasn’t consented to coach Rohr’s invite. He would certainly be a good add on.

  • Paschal 1 year ago

    Methinks this guy should be recalled to the national team. The current crop of wingers we have cant make an impact at the forthcoming afcon. All of a sudden it seems like Nigeria no longer has a national team. Which winger can we point to now? Chukwueze? Hes now a half time player. Kalu? In and out. Onyekwuru? I dont even know where he is. Simon? Hes used more as a defender than a winger. Osimhen? Injured. Iwobi? Hes like Nepa. Iheanacho? S3x orgy and womanizing wont let him see clearly. Then who can play serious football for us at the afcon? Your guess is as good as mine. That is why I think we seriously need Victor Moses again.

  • Respect is Reciprocal 1 year ago

    ROHR killed our wingers with his tactics. Suddenly the Nigerian game pattern changed if this undead man is left to handle the team am afraid it will take three years to get wingers for eagles. The man is sick tactically. What has he done to our wingers they are now more defensive conscious Simon, Kalu, Chuks. Soon Ejuke will join them. It’s a pity we value money over National Honor otherwise Picknick and Co should know better than us

    • Stanley 1 year ago

      Wao Wao Wao! I really can’t fathom an iota of truth from what you just spilled. Moses retired on his own volition, Coach Rohr never forced him but rather asked him to rescind his decision for the sake of our national asset. As far as my knowledge has taken me
      For Chukwueze, he hasn’t fully recovered from injuries that is why he is not enjoying play time for now, he’s sure to hit 100% soon. Even in Villarreal, his club, he barely plays 20mins. Ejuke, a class dribbler but the same Rohr wants him to be proactive while doing that. We saw a little of him against Cape Verdeans. Let’s keep making informed comments while wishing SE good luck. I think they have less than 30 days to head to the camp for Afcon, not so sure.

  • pompei 1 year ago

    Liverpool vs Porto was a dress rehearsal of the looming showdown between Sanusi and Salah at the upcoming Afcon.
    Sanusi kept Salah quiet until the 70th minute. Salah escaped Sanusi for the first and only time in the game, and scored.
    Lesson for Sanusi, or whoever will be playing left back on match day. You can’t afford to give Salah anything. Watch him closely throughout the match.
    On a positive note, Sanusi demonstrated that he is quite capable of dealing with the Salah threat.

    • Prof. Tamuno Offiali 1 year ago

      Brilliant piece @POMPEI

      And that Sanusi is the player GR in his wisdom chooses to leave on the bench for a SECOND DIVISION Collins. Same way an AINA is sacrificed for SIMON

      Gernot Rohr’s over cautious approach is really holding back the potentials of these present crop.

      I will understand if we are extra conservative and cautious against the likes of EGYPT, SENEGAL, ALGERIA, CAMEROON, etc, but CAPE VERDE? Haba bro. Make una sef help me reason am na.

      We have no business playing 352 against such inferior opponents.

      Infact a flat 442 will crush them to submission.

      If DESSERS, Awoniyi and even Odey can score in Europe (against quality defenders) is it part time journeymen footballers from Lesotho, CAR, CAPE VERDE etc that Rohr will be running cap in hand to beg a Saudi based (inferior league with inferior defenders)’IGHALO to bail him out??

      I think at close to 70 GR has come to his tactical wit ends.

      The world is NOW dominated by young, inventive, creative and dynamic coaches

      Even OSCAR TABAREZ, the legendary URUGUAYAN coach just threw in the towel. Other old coaches are now playing catch ups. Each time they come up against younger opposition, they seem to LOSE to superior tactics.

      Check them…Loius Van Gaal, Santo (makes ridiculous decisions these days. CR7 bails him out in odd occasions), Ranieri etc

      Cant readily recall any other oldies handling any significant COUNTRY or CLUBSIDE again

  • Papafem 1 year ago

    The problem isn’t the players ; it’s the coach. Don’t be surprised, another coach could come in now and the team will explode into a new firebrand. Rohr isn’t the coach for this talented team. He’s not. Reason we should let him go.