Chelsea’s Spain international, Cesc Fabregas has congratulated Victor Moses on scoring his first goal in the English Premier League this season, but took a sly dig at the right wing-back for being wasteful in front of goal.
The Nigerian international was delighted after netting his maiden goal this season and took to Twitter to express his joy and showed appreciation to The Blues traveling fans.
‘It’s about time, I was due one and I’m very pleased to get on the scoresheet,’’ Moses stated.
‘’It’s important to me and I want to keep on helping the team, working hard and hopefully score more goals in the future.’’
Fabregas pointed out that Moses has missed key chances he created for him,tweeting: ‘’Well done Victa boy. If one day you can finish off one of my passes, that would be great too. Thank you.’’
Of all the footballers still active in the Premier League, the former Arsenal captain is the assist king after setting up 111 goals in total to place first ahead of Wayne Rooney (103) and James Milner (77).
This season, Fabregas has created 62 chances (4 assists, 58 key passes) in 20 matches in the top-flight, while Moses has created 9 chances (1 assist, 8 key passes).
Moses created 27 chances in Chelsea’s Premier League title-winning campaign.
The Nigeria international has now scored against 14 Premier League teams : Brighton, Burnley, Leicester, Tottenham, Man City, West Ham, Aston Villa, Everton, Swansea, West Brom, Stoke, Norwich, Newcastle and Hull City.
Moses has also found the net in the EFL Championship, FA Cup, League Cup, UEFA Champions League and Europa League.