Chelsea wing back Victor Moses was once again given another standing ovation from fans of Chelsea after his substitution in their 3-0 win over Bournemouth.
The Nigerian was replaced by Anglo Nigerian defender Ola Aina with time added on left to play and the Nigerian deservedly got a standing ovation from the fans, which was triggered by an initial applause from coach Antonio Conte.
Conte gave the Nigerian a big hug, before getting plenty applause from the boss and the fans who stood up to salute the rejuvenated former Wigan Athletic man.
Moses had a game to remember for the Blues, putting in a shift that saw him cover the most distance among all players on parade for the table toppers.
Although he was beaten to the man of the match award by his usual partner on the right Pedro Rodriguez, his performance once again confirmed why he is regarded as one of the most important player in the Chelsea set up.