Nigeria forward, Victor Moses is pleased with his stunning strike which helped Chelsea beat Russian club, Rubin Kazan 3-1 in the first leg of the Uefa Europa League on Thursday, SuperSport.com reports.
Caesar Azpilicueta's cross led to a blocked Torres shot that spun up to Moses. His bouncing header was clawed wide by the keeper but a Fernando Torres cross was deflected back into Moses's path on the edge if the area.
The former Wigan Athletic man needed no second invitation as he controlled expertly with his chest before producing a stunning half volley that left the Rubin keeper Sergei Ryzhikov rooted to the spot like a statue.
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