‘Victor was the star man’ – Conte heaps praise on Chelsea hero Moses

Moses received special commendations from his manager after his goal and assist helped the Blues get a victory at Turf Moor

Shina Oludare

Chelsea manager Antonio Conte lauded an awe-inspiring performance from Victor Moses after his side’s Premier League victory against Burnley.

The 27-year-old capped a beautiful display with an assist and a goal as the Blues cruised to a 2-1 win in Conte’s 100th match in charge of Chelsea in all competitions.

Burnley looked set to claim a point thanks to Ashley Barnes’ leveler after Kevin Long had turned in Moses’ cross in the first-half.

However, it was the Nigeria international – a threat down the right all game – who had the final say by thumping in a low drive that beat birthday boy Nick Pope.

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And the Italian manager picked Man of the Match, Moses for special praise as he revelled in the occasion at Turf Moor.

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That was a fantastic performance from the Blues and a deserved three points. Victor Moses, with an assist and the winning goal, was the star man, but everyone performed admirably against tough opposition. Back-to-back wins is the perfect preparation for Wembley on Sunday.

“That was a fantastic performance from the Blues and a deserved three points,” Conte told Chelsea media after the game.

“Victor Moses, with an assist and the winning goal, was the star man, but everyone performed admirably against tough opposition.

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