Victor Moses has adapted to his wing back role at Chelsea.
The Nigerian international revealed that his stoppage time winner in the Champions League group stage game against Ukrainian outfit Shakhtar Donetsk during the 2013/14 season is his favourite goal.
In a post on his official Instagram account, Moses is seen in a 30 second video recreating the goal he scored against Shakhtar.
Moses also revealed via message accompanying the post that he has joined the Pepsi team.
The message said “Buzzing to join the 2018 Pepsi team; from Europe to Africa to the World! Here’s a look back at one of my favourite UEFA champions League moments.”
Moses who was recently voted Nigeria's best player at the NFF Awards, described the feeling of the goal as one of his best moments in Football.
He said, “I call it one of the best moments I have ever experienced ever in football.”
Speaking about the goal, Moses revealed why it was his favourite goal was because Chelsea came from behind and he scored the eventual winner.
He said, “We were losing 2-1 and I came on, then we scored and I scored a dying minute goal,”
“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."
Moses and his teammates will be in action when Chelsea face Barcelona at the Camp Nou in a Champions League round of 16 clash.