Victor Moses scored a brilliant solo goal in West Ham United training on Tuesday morning, as he rounded two teammates before lashing the ball into the back of the net.
The winger left two West Ham defenders behind, after setting off on a mazy run, and he then unleashed a shot from close-range which gave the goalkeeper no chance.
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It was a reminder of the talent that Moses possesses, and he will be hoping to continue to showcasing his class behind the scenes for the rest of week, helping him to secure a starting berth for a weekend meeting with Everton.
Moses was taken off at half-time in the Hammers’ last outing against Watford, with Enner Valencia coming on to replace him.
Valencia’s return to fitness has increased the competition for places at Upton Park, and all of the Hammers’ attacking stars will know that they cannot afford to let their standards slip.
Moses was not at his best against Watford, but he has still made a brilliant start to life with Slaven Bilic’s side, after joining on loan from Chelsea in the summer.
The rapid wide-man has made eight appearances for the Hammers so far, netting one goal in that time.