Victor Moses impressed for Chelsea against Manchester United.
Chelsea's Pedro celebrates scoring their first goal with Victor Moses
Victor Moses stuck it to former boss Jose Mourinho on Sunday as he helped Chelsea beat Manchester United 4-0 at Stamford Bridge.
Moses was a player evidently not rated by Mourinho, with the ex-Blues boss sending him out on three consecutive season long loans.
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho
Despite fleetingly positive moments, very few Chelsea fans would have been surprised to see him sold this summer, but he appears a player rejuvenated under Antonio Conte.
Moses has two goals to his name so far this season, scoring in last week's win over Leicester - more than the one he managed on loan at West Ham a year ago.
West Ham's Victor Moses in action with Blackburn's Darragh Lenihan
Against United he impressed again, causing the Red Devils all sorts of problems, and looks like he is enjoying his football more than ever.
His displays have perplexed fans of clubs where he spent time on loan, with supporters of Liverpool, West Ham and Stoke all commenting on Twitter in wake of his performance against Manchester United.
That Moses lad isn't a bad player think #lfc should sign him up— TheMoanyOne (@TheMoanyOne) October 23, 2016
A team with victor moses in it has broke these down three times and we were shut out by them. I hate football— Ü (@ThoseScouseLads) October 23, 2016
Victor Moses is the definition of a spoilt brat. Only tries when he gets what he wants. Was the laziest player at West Ham— James Salvage (@james_salvage) October 23, 2016
@WestHam_Central how weird is it the Victor Moses couldn't get into our team but now starts every week for Chelsea!?— David Alt (@davidaltendorff) October 23, 2016
Great to see Victor Moses getting a run, impressed me so much at Stoke, well deserved #CHEMUN— Andrew Owen (@owena1971) October 23, 2016
Moses has shown flashes of his potential previously but not been able to show his consistency.
The difference now appears to be manager Antonio Conte, who is backing him to be a success, by picking him week in and week out.
Finally given the stage he was previously denied, Moses is showing no sign of being ready to pass up the opportunity.
Chelsea manager Antonio Conte
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