Super Eagles’ attacker, Victor Moses scored his first Premier League goal of the season as an inspired performance from Eden Hazard helped Chelsea back to winning ways with a comprehensive 4-0 thumping of Brighton at the Amex Stadium, can report.
Antonio Conte’s side were without a win in five games in all competitions heading into the clash on the south coast, but Hazard set the Blues on their way in the third minute before Willian rounded off a sensational team goal three minutes later to give the visitors the perfect start.
After the break, Chelsea remained a threat on the counter but it was Brighton creating the clearer cut chances, with Propper heading Pascal Gross’ cross past Caballero only to see the ball crash back off the crossbar.
They were made to pay for the missed chances later on as Hazard capped another mazy run with a ruthless finish before Moses latched onto substitute Charly Musonda’s inch-perfect 40- yard pass to seal a resounding away victory.
The goal will come as a morale booster for the Nigerian who admitted a fortnight ago that he was worried over his lack of scoring form.
Moses was on for all 90 minutes and had a game rating of 7.9, completing 83.5% of his passes while also winning three out of five duels contested.