How Victor Moses Rated In Chelsea’s League Cup Loss To Arsenal

How Victor Moses Rated In Chelsea's League Cup Loss To Arsenal
How Victor Moses Rated In Chelsea's League Cup Loss To Arsenal

 

How Victor Moses Rated In Chelsea's League Cup Loss To Arsenal
How Victor Moses Rated In Chelsea’s League Cup Loss To Arsenal

Victor Moses recorded his 22nd appearance of the season in Chelsea’s 2-1 loss to Arsenal in the semifinal of the League Cup on Wednesday night and put in an average performance.

In the personal duel between two Nigeria internationals, Moses was second best, as Iwobi got the better of him in most of the one-v-one situations.

In the player ratings by Football.London, Moses scored five out of ten marks, but it must be said that no defensive-minded players scored higher than the Super Eagle, with Cesar Azpilicueta, Andreas Christensen, Marcos Alonso and N’Golo Kante awarded a similar rating and Antonio Rudiger ranked the poorest defender with four.

”Started the game brightly and looked to get down the right wing well,” wrote Oliver Harbord.

”However, drastically faded as the match went on and picked up a yellow card for a pretty horrible challenge on Alex Iwobi.”

Moses touched the ball 45 times, had two shots which were not on target, passing accuracy 65.4 percent, completed one dribble, made one tackle and one clearance in the game against Arsenal. 

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