Former Super Eagles winger, Victor Moses saved Spartak Moscow from defeat following their 2-2 draw on the road whilst it was also a good day in the office for the duo of Chidera Ejuke and Bryan Idowu on the final day of the season, reports.


Bryan Idowu: The Russia 2018 World Cup player produced a man-of-the-match display for FK Khamiki as they finished the season at the top half of the table following a goalless draw at home to FC Sochi.


The left-back, who scored 3 goals and provided one assist in 28 games all season ended the campaign with a fine rating of 7.4, making 3 key passes, completing 73% of his passes, and also winning 3 duels in the process.


Victor Moses: The on-loan Chelsea man wrapped up the season in style as he scored the equalizer to help Spartak Moscow to a 2-2 away draw at Akhmat Grozny to seal a Champions League playoff spot.


The 30-year-old, who played predominantly as a right full-back featured in 19 games for the Russian side scoring 4 goals and adding 2 assists, and could now fancy a return to Chelsea in the summer should Tuchel decide to add more strength to his team.


Chidera Ejuke and Sylvester Igbonu: Speedy winger Ejuke scored his 5th goal of the season for CSKA Moscow as they ended a disappointing league campaign in 6th position and miss out on a European place following their 3-2 loss to Dynamo Moscow who had Sylvester Igbohun on the bench for the entire 90 minutes.


With his side 2-1 down, the pacy winger equalised for the visitors ten minutes from time when he beat the goalkeeper before firing home for 2-2 but the hosts had the last laugh as they scored one minute from time to condemn CSKA to a 6th place finish on the log.