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Russia: Moses On Target As Spartak Moscow Beat Krasnodar Away

Russia:  Moses On Target  As Spartak Moscow Beat Krasnodar Away

Victor Moses scored on his full debut as Spartak Moscow recorded a 3-1 away win against Krasnodar at the Stadion KF on Saturday, reports Completesports.com.

Ezequiel Ponce put Spartak Moscow ahead in the 13th minute.

Moses doubled the advantage three minutes after the half hour mark after he was set up by Ponce.

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Leon Sabua reduced the deficit for the home team in the 58th minute.

Jordan Larsson scored the third goal for Spartak Moscow nine minutes from time.

Moses was replaced by Andrey Eschenko nine minutes from time.

The 29-year-old has scored one goal in two league appearances for Spartak Moscow.

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WORDPRESS: 4
  • Oya, let the call for him to come out of retirement begins, our online coaches, am waiting…

     
    • JimmyBall 4 weeks ago

      @Ola… Victor Moses is welcome back anyday. His quality is never in doubt… he is still young.

       
      • Igbekun Abo 4 weeks ago

        Victor Moses na correct baller. We miss am for Super Eagles no be small.

         
  • Collins id 4 weeks ago

    why did he retire? he shakara too much, his lack of commitment and dedication to the super eagles cost us two nations cup qualifications, his wasted chances cos Nigeria 2 to 3 goals lead against Egypt in kaduna. he was also on and off player like the wingers we have presently, average players feeling too big for naija, I beg make moses stay for his retired lane. imagine bcos Rohr played him in right wing back position in his last two worldcup games which was actually working for the team except for his late distraction that allowed rojos late goal. he feels too big for that position in super eagles and that is part of the reasons he retired early. this is a role that talented players like quadrado Valencia and young have comfortably played for their club and country with pride. some Nigerians like to immetate oyinbo in their negative attitudes, show me a Brazilian who retires for clubs reasons or a Japanese retiring for juju reasons. same juju that gave you nations cup victory, even almighty messi and Ronaldo didn’t retire for club reasons, this players retires when their body is NO longer effective enough to serve their country’s or when the country stop inviting them. not in this selfish manners. expecting the country to come and beg u as usual , idiots. shey na super eagles stop you from playing for Barcelona and realmadrid? LUBBISH. utaka osaze Martin’s aghahuwa taiwo these players begged for invitations even when fans and coaches have given up on their capabilities. that’s true patrotism.