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Moses Scores First Fenerbahce Goal In 2-0 Win Vs Goztepe

Moses Scores First Fenerbahce Goal In 2-0 Win Vs Goztepe

Victor Moses scored his first goal for Fenerbahce in his second appearance for the club in their 2-0 win over ten man Goztepe in a Turkish Super League clash at the Ulker Stadium on Friday, reports Completesports.com.

The 28-year-old Chelsea loanee came on for Andre Ayew in the 64th minute and helped Fenerbahce win their second vonsecutive win in the Turkish Super Lig.


Goztepe’s Cameron Jerome was sent off in the 50th minute of the match .

Moses and Fenerbahce teammates celebrate his goal

The former Crystal Palace, Stoke City, Liverpool and West Ham loanee winger made his debut for Fenerbahce in their 3-2 win over Yemi Malatyaspor.

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Ayew shot Fenerbahce into the lead after nine minutes before Moses scored nine minutes after coming on for the Ghanian in the 73rd minute, finding the back of the net off a corner-kick.

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Fenerbahce are now 11th in the Turkish Super Lig table after 20 games with 23 points.

Moses is expected to make his third appearance for his Turkish Super Log side against Kayseirspor next Friday.

By Johnny Edward.

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  • Asoko Emmanuel 3 years ago

    Now let the debate begin,a point of correction there @cs Moses goal was not via a corner kick it was via a move started by Moses himself and neatly finished off by him.Now if Moses continues in that manner then it means he’s beginning to prove Sarri wrong and that he’s also showing us that he’s still important to SE.The way and manner he shoved off his marker to connect the pass that followed was beautiful.Great performance from Moses glad to know he’s still there.

    • I was just left gobsmacked by the suggestion in certain quarters that early retirement would mean tragedy for his club football career.

      I never subscribed to that school of thought for one minute!

      Like you said, he was heavily involved with the build up to the same goal his scored in the coolest of manners.

      If he is interested in playing for the Super Eagles, we will have him back, if not, all the best in his club career.

  • Chairmanfemi 3 years ago

    @deo..The early retirement truly did affected him and that was why he couldn’t make it any longer at Chelsea where he decided to focus on after retirement. If not for the move to Turkey, you think you will hear Moses name on the score board for the week?? Indirectly, Moses aim of quitting the National team failed cuz he could only focus on his family alone and watch Chelsea play every weekend on TV.

  • James my thought is “new boy syndrome” hunger for the game, wants to impress.

    Kalu scored on his debut (or soon after),Moses Simon scored on his debut.

    Let him settle down and then we will see the real Victor Moses

  • Chairmanfemi 3 years ago

    My people!! Latest News on Board
    Uzoho joins Cyprus club, Anorthosis Famagusta on loan
    By Abdulquadir Adedapo – February 1, 2019
    Uzoho joins Cyprus club, Anorthosis Famagusta on loan

    Super Eagles’ goalie, Francis Uzoho has joined Cyprus side Anorthosis Famagusta on loan for the remainder of the 2018/2019 season, AOIFootball.com reports.
    The 20-year-old became surplus to requirement at LaLiga 2 side Elche, following the arrival of Edgar Badia on a free transfer from Reus Deportivo.
    The Nigerian then returned to parent club Deportivo La Coruna before making a deadline day move to the city of Larnaca to join his new club.He will now team up with another Nigerian, Nosa Igiebor and will battle it out with the duo of Ivan Vargic and Dimitris Dimitriou for the number 1 position at the club.
    Uzoho made eight appearances in total for Elche, keeping three clean sheets and earning himself two Man of the Match awards before falling in the pecking order.

  • Edoman of NewJersey,USA 3 years ago

    Moses, your Country wants you and needs you now, Go there to do your thing.

  • Bomboy 3 years ago

    Good work Moses. Keep banging in the goals.

    I remain one of your fans (like I am to all Nigerians playing abroad), but the Super Eagles has moved on without you.

    Please stay retired. Thank you.

  • Abah-fada 3 years ago

    Victor Moses single handily took us to the AFCON second round in South Africa 2013 that we won the cup.

    This brother is still relevant and has a lot to offer the nation team, and whether we agrees or not, he is one player that has proved himself when given the opportunity to do so in the past for the country, his premature retirement is borne out of personal decision as we know, but, if only Victor can come out openly the are more to why he retired at the age he did.

    The truth is we need Victor Moses, his name alone still scare some opponent in our group.

    Congrats bro, keep banging goals and enjoy your retirement.