Coach of West Ham United Slaven Bilic has suggested that Victor Moses saved Chelsea two points in their 2-1 win over his team in yesterday’s English Premier League clash.
Bilic whose team scored a late consolation believed the final score would have been different, if Moses didn’t clear a Soufiane Feghouli’s shot on the line with goalkepper Thibaut Courtouis beaten.
The coach believed, if that ball had gone in the 61st minute it could have changed the complexion of the game, than when they scored in time added on.
” Maybe we were a bit unlucky, we had a chance to get back into the game quickly, but it was cleared off the line. If that had gone in, we probably would have had a different result, than scoring at the time we did”, Bilic said at his post match conference.
His thought was also shared by Chelsea manager Antonio Conte who also agreed that his side were lucky to have conceded in stoppage time, saying if they had conceded a goal earlier. West Ham could have had a share of the spoils.