Former Chelsea winger, Victor Moses, is nurturing his daughter, Brentley, to become a free-kick maestro, drawing inspiration from legendary English captain David Beckham, Soccernet.ng reports.
In a Twitter video shared by Moses, the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations champion transformed his compound into a training ground for Brentley’s free-kick skills.
Strategically positioning a three-man wall of football dummies in front of a goalpost, Moses prepared several balls on the ground, awaiting Brentley’s strikes.
Displaying impeccable technique, Brentley unleashed a magnificent shot over the wall, with the ball gracefully dipping into the top left corner of the net. Impressed by his daughter’s delivery, Moses applauded her potential.
During his prime, Moses was recognised more for his penalty-taking abilities than for free-kicks.
He notably converted a crucial penalty for Nigeria as the Super Eagles clinched their third continental triumph at the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations in South Africa.
Additionally, he successfully netted a spot-kick against Argentina in the 2018 World Cup.
Now aged 32, Moses plies his trade as a wing-back for Russian giants, Spartak Moscow.
Looking back on his illustrious career, the former Nigerian international can take pride in his accomplishments, which include winning the Premier League, the FA Cup, and the UEFA Europa League twice with Chelsea.