Arsenal legend Thierry Henry has given his thoughts on Victor Moses brilliant piece of skill that sent Stoke City defender Erik Pieters to the turf during Chelsea 4-2 win over Stoke City.
Moses sent Peters to the floor with a clever piece of skill before delivering a cross into the box which Diego Costa laid for Willian to score Chelsea’s second goal.
While Costa’s one touch assist and Willian’s brilliant left foot finish appears to have stolen the limelight for the goal, Henry is of the opinion that Moses deserves some credit for initiating the move.
“I don’t know where Victor Moses came from but he’s playing really well. The second goal scored by Chelsea was started by him, the way he took the defender out is something we don’t usually see on a regular”, Henry said.
“If Chelsea carry on the way they are, by not conceding defeats, they could be champions as early as the first quarter of next year”.