Former Chelsea forward Victor Moses has now returned back from injury for Spartak Moscow in the 2023-24 season, MySportDab reports.
Having endured a severe Achilles tendon injury that sidelined him for a lengthy five months, the 32-year-old Nigerian star marked his return with a brilliant goal against Orenburg.
In a thrilling match that ended in a 3-2 victory for Spartak Moscow, Moses netted the opening goal in the 45th minute. However, Orenburg did not give up and scored twice in the second half.
Despite the away fans’ jubilation over their team’s lead, the celebration was short-lived as two goals from Daniil Khlusevich secured the victory for the Moscow-based club.
After a stunning performance Moses took to his Instagram to express his joy, writing, “Big win today ?? great team performance and nice to get on the scoresheet for the first game of the season ⚽️?.”
Moses has demonstrated exceptional determination and talent, reaffirming his invaluable role within Guille Abascal’s troops.
His impressive performance and unwavering commitment make him an essential asset for the team.
As the season progresses, Spartak Moscow will rely on Moses’ professionalism and attacking skills to continue their pursuit of victory in the Russian Premier League and other tournaments.
His contributions on the field will be crucial in helping the team achieve success.