England Premier League side Chelsea have provided evidence to proof that Victor Moses who skipped Nigeria’s qualifiers against Zambia is injured.
Moses withdrawal from the Nigeria game raised eyebrows among football loving Nigerians, as the 25 year old has a record of skipping international games in the past.
Alongside Isacc Success of Watford, they both withdrew from Nigeria’s World Cup qualifiers against Zambia, less than a day after they featured for their respective club side.
However, while Watford is yet to release any evidence to proof that Success was indeed injured in the midst of claims, that he failed to honour the game because he was asked to buy air ticket. Chelsea have released proof to suggest Moses was injured.
A video of players who didn’t travel for international game in training was posted by the club on their website and, in the video Moses wasn’t in training with John Terry, David Luiz and Cesc Fabregas heavily involved.
The non-appearance of Moses in the video is enough evidence to suggest that the winger is indeed injured as claimed.