The Southampton legend says he hasn't heard 'a single person who's not a Stoke fan defending' the Nigerian.
But contact appeared extremely minimal from replays and Moses has been accused of diving by many after the game.
Swansea boss Garry Monk branded the penalty decision 'a disgrace' and accused the Stoke man of cheating. Moses' manager Mark Hughes, perhaps predictably, defended him.
And former Southampton midfielder Matt Le Tissier has now had his say on Twitter, tweeting that he hasn't heard anyone that isn't a Stoke fan defend Moses.
I haven't heard a single person who's not a stoke fan defending victor Moses. Think that speaks volumes— Matt Le Tissier (@mattletiss7) October 20, 2014
The ex-Saints man then retweeted a Potters supporter that was critical of the 23-year-old 'even as a Stoke fan.'
Swansea had earlier taken the lead through a Wilfried Bony penalty, which the majority of onlookers feel was correctly awarded. Monk's side were dominant early on but Charlie Adam's successful spot-kick seemed to swing the game.
From thereon in, Stoke looked the better side and a Jonathan Walters winner sealed the three points to take them up to 10th in the Premier League.