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ay Jay Okocha Commends Victor Moses’ Chelsea for Merited Emirates FA Cup Triumph



Jay Jay Okocha Commends Victor Moses' Chelsea for Merited Emirates FA Cup Triumph

Austin ‘Jay Jay’ Okocha, the revered former Super Eagles captain, lauds Victor Moses’ Chelsea for their well-deserved victory in the 2017/18 Emirates FA Cup final, prevailing over Manchester United, as reported by Moses, marking his third appearance in this season’s competition, played a pivotal role, contributing to the Blues’ narrow 1-0 win over United in a fiercely contested encounter.

In a game characterized by high stakes and intense competition, Eden Hazard’s flawless penalty, expertly executed after Phil Jones fouled the Belgian winger in the box, proved to be the sole differentiator, securing the coveted trophy for Chelsea.

Extending congratulations to Victor Moses for his accomplishment, the former Paris Saint-Germain midfielder conveyed his admiration on his Instagram page, affirming, “Congratulations Victor Moses, well deserved.”

Moses, by clinching the Emirates FA Cup, ascends to the revered league of Nigerian footballers who have etched their names in the annals of the oldest Cup competition in English football history. His name now graces the prestigious list alongside illustrious compatriots such as Daniel Amokachi, Celestine Babayaro, Nwankwo Kanu, John Utaka, John Mikel Obi, and Alex Iwobi, all of whom have previously claimed this distinguished honor.

Okocha’s commendation highlights the collective effort and prowess exhibited by Moses’ Chelsea, underscoring the team’s perseverance and skill in clinching this prestigious title. The victory not only solidifies Moses’ individual accomplishments but also signifies Chelsea’s relentless pursuit of excellence in the competitive realm of English football.

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