By Augustine Akhilomen
Super Eagles winger, Victor Moses was on from start to finish as Chelsea defeated Everton 3-0 at Goodinson Park in Sunday’s Premier League match, to move within touch of winning the title.
It was Moses’ 30th league appearances this season and he showed great confidence with the ball with his pace.
After ending the half time goalless with few chances created, the Blues took the lead in the 66th minutes through Pedro Rodriguez’s volley before Gary Cahill pounced on a lose ball from Eden Hazard’s low freekick to extend Chelsea lead.
Further goal from substitute, William secured the team’s maximum points at Goodinson Park to the delight of the Blues coach, Antonio Conte.
The victory moves Chelsea’s point to 84 points; still top of the Premier League table, seven points ahead of Tottenham that will square up against Areenal at 4:30pm.
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