In a riveting revelation, Chelsea’s Victor Moses has pinpointed his goal against Shakhtar Donetsk in the 2013/14 UEFA Champions League season as one of his cherished memories in football, as reported by Completesportsnigeria.com.
In a concise and engaging 30-second Pepsi promotional video shared on his official Twitter handle this Monday, the 27-year-old Super Eagles luminary vividly narrated his pivotal role as a late substitute that propelled Chelsea from a 2-1 goal deficit to a triumphant 3-2 victory at Stamford Bridge. Moses recounted, “We were losing 2-1 and I came on, then we scored and I scored a dying minute goal.”
He went on to describe the pivotal moment of the goal, stating, “As soon as the cross came in, I was at the right place at the right time. I headed the ball in. It was great for me and for the club as well. I call it one of the best moments I have ever experienced in football. “Sharing the video, Moses expressed his excitement at joining the 2018 Pepsi team, stating, “Buzzing to join the 2018 Pepsi team; from Europe to Africa to the World! Here’s a look back at one of my favorite UEFA Champions League moments.”
With anticipation building, Moses is set to return to Chelsea’s starting lineup against Barcelona at Camp Nou on Wednesday after being strategically rested during Saturday’s 2-1 win over Crystal Palace in the English Premier League.
As the Blues prepare for the Barcelona challenge following a 1-1 draw at Stamford Bridge in the first leg, Moses’ revelation adds a layer of nostalgia to the upcoming clash, creating an air of excitement among football enthusiasts worldwide.