Victor Moses scored as Chelsea beat champions Leicester City 3-0 in the English Premier League yesterday.
Moses, who was starting his second Premier League game in as many matches for Chelsea, scored the Blues’ third in the comprehensive win at Stamford Bridge.
The Nigerian winger swept home Nathaniel Chalobah’s cheeky assist in the 80th minute to seal the win for Chelsea, which temporarily lifts them up to fifth on the league standings with 16 points from eight matches.
He was substituted moments later with the Chelsea fans giving him a standing ovation, for the second game running.
Moses has now scored twice in the league for the London club this season.
Meanwhile, Antonio Conte has insisted that he has no regrets about leaving Diego Costa on the pitch for 90 minutes in Chelsea’s 3-0 win against Leicester City, though he admitted that he “risked” a yellow card or injury by keeping the striker in the game until the end.
Costa opened the scoring after just seven minutes at Stamford Bridge with his seventh Premier League goal of the season, and further strikes from Eden Hazard and Victor Moses in each half secured a comfortable victory over the struggling Premier League