Victor Moses Was Chelsea's Biggest Threat In Attack Against Arsenal
Published: January 11, 2018
Victor Moses Was Chelsea's Biggest Threat In Attack Against ArsenalVictor Moses was at his best in attack in Chelsea's goalless draw with Arsenal in the semifinal of the League Cup on Wednesday night and has been rated the Blues biggest threat going forward.

At Stamford Bridge where he has not scored since November 2016, the right wing-back contributed more offensively and was unfortunate not to net the winner for the home team.

In their player ratings, FootbalL.London acknowledged the Nigeria international's offensive qualities and awarded him seven marks from a possible ten.

''An odd first half as for most of it he didn't really have a great game. However, a couple of decent shots with his left foot that forced Ospina into two good saves,'' Oliver Harbord wrote.

''Forced Ospina into another good save in the second half, but crossing is where he is still struggling. However, was probably Chelsea's biggest threat going forward.''

Moses had four shots in total with two on target, 74 touches, made 40 passes, had a passing accuracy of 62.5 percent, made two tackles and won two fouls against Arsenal.

Ifeanyi Emmanuel

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