Victor Moses, 31, last night celebrated his first trophy with the Russian giants Spartak Moscow. The club broke five years’ jinx to lift their first trophy following a convincing victory over Dynamo Moscow in the final of the Russian Cup. Spartak Moscow last won a trophy in 2017.
Spartak Moscow defeated Dynamo in a neutral venue, Luzhniki Arena last night by a 2-1 victory. Quincy Promes’s winning goal in the 72nd minute guided Spartak to their first trophy in five years.
Victor Moses joined the club in a permanent deal last year following his loan spell in the previous season with the club. Moses had a rollercoaster loan history with umpteen clubs from Chelsea. He was first loaned to Liverpool under Brender Rodgers, where he failed to rise to expectations. He moved on loan to stoke in the 2014-15 season, from where he has also played for Westham, Fenerbahçe, and Inter Milan.
Moses won the English Premier League with Chelsea in the 2016-17 season and won the F. A cup the next season. The 31 years old forward also won his second UEFA Europa League with Chelsea in 2019.