Former Super Eagles star Victor Moses 'buzzing' after goal for Spartak Moscow

Victor Moses scored a goal for Spartak Moscow on his return from injury.

Victor Moses

Former Super Eagles of Nigeria star Victor Moses was on target for Spartak Moscow as they recorded a 2-1 victory against Akhmat Grozny in a Russian Premier League fixture played on Saturday, December 4, 2021.

Moses started the game on his return from injury and put Spartak Moscow ahead in the 13th minute when he converted a ball played through to him by Aleksandr Sobolev.

Danil Utkin was assisted by Artyom Arkhipov and equalized for Akhmat Grozny just before the halftime break.

Quincy Promes scored what turned out to be the winner for Spartak Moscow in the 87 when he was assisted by Roman Zobnin.

The win pushed Spartak Moscow up to ninth in the Russian Premier League as they continue their hunt for a place in Europe next season.

Moses on his return from injury played 81 minutes before he was substituted for Georgi Melkadze,

After finding the back of the net on his return from injury, Moses took to his official Instagram account to celebrate. Along with photos from the game was a message that said, "Big 3 points! Great win and buzzing to get on the scoresheet again! "

Moses is expected to return to action for Spartak Moscow when they travel to face Polish football side Legia Warsaw in their final Europa League group fixture scheduled for Thursday, December 9, 2021.

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