Super Eagles winger, Moses Simon continued his impressive run for survival chasers Nantes as they made it three wins on the bounce following their impressive 3-0 win over Bordeaux who were missing the services of Samuel Kalu, reports.


Having scored one and contributed a further 2 assists in his last 2 league outings for his side, the 25-year-old was handed his 26th league start of the campaign with the hosts gunning for their first home win in 7 months.


They did however get off to the perfect start when Ludovic Bias turned provider for Kalifa Coulibaly with the Malian turning home just his second goal of the campaign.


Imran Louza then doubled their lead six minutes after the break from the penalty spot before Simin wrapped up the win when he turned provider for Randal Kolo Muami to make it 3-0 for hosts who made it 3 consecutive wins in the league for the first time this campaign.


The assist now sees Moses take his goal contribution to double digits this campaign (6 goals, 4 assists) equalling his total tally of last season (5 goals, 5 assists) with two games left before the end of the season.


Moses and his teammates next travel to Dijon on the penultimate day of the season before hosting Montpellier on the final day hoping that winning both games will guarantee them automatic survival in the league.