Chelsea winger Victor Moses was among the players, defenders of the Super Eagles of Nigeria were scared of tackling during training before their 1-0 win over Tanzania last weekend, according to a defender of the team.
The dribbling skills of the 25 year old Chelsea man, made him a feared force among defenders who were always praying for him to be on their side during training games.
Moses played for over 70 minutes in the dead rubber AFCON 2017 tie against Tanzania and was by far one of the most dangerous players on the pitch for Nigeria, although he was guilty of wasting so many chances.
” We never wanted to be asked to mark him in training, his dribbling could make the coach drop you, he was that good” Chidozie Awaziem of FC Porto told Owngoalnigeria.com.
” He could dribble everybody in your team, with his quick feet and runs. We use to say to ourselves before and during trainings that we don’t want to be up against him”.