Victor Moses, the Super Eagles attacker who celebrated his 27th birthday, on Tuesday reached his 200th Premier League milestone when he returned to the starting lineup for the Chelsea after featuring from the bench in the1-0 defeat to West Ham last time out.
Chelsea bounced back to winning ways with a resounding 3-1 victory against Huddersfield Town at The John Smith’s Stadium on Tuesday evening.
With barely 23 minutes played, Huddersfield goalkeeper, Jonas Lossl made a horrible clearance under pressure, slipping and inadvertently passing to an opponent which ended with quick interchanges between Eden Hazard and Willian, the latter playing through midfielder, Tiémoué Bakayoko for a cool finish.
Willian added a second two minutes into the break with a well-taken header, stealing in unmarked at the left back post to nod over the line and in past a shockingly poor Terriers defence following a Marcos Alonso’s cross.
It was 3-0 five minutes after the restart as Chelsea continued to ruthlessly carve their hosts open, and Alonso’s long ball into the area fell to Willian who deftly laid it off for Pedro to curl a sweet effort into the top corner.
Pedro and Michy Batshuayi missed further chances to add more gloss on the scoreline before Laurent Depoitre grabbed a consolation for Huddersfield via a header in the second minute of stoppage time.
Victor Moses was very active and influential throughout the game, logging the full ninety minutes.