Cesc Fabregas trolls his teammate Victor Moses as Chelsea thrashed down Brighton 4-0

In the last match, Chelsea won the match 4-0 against Brighton. For Chelsea, Victor Moses was also in the scoresheet as he scored the final goal for the club. For Chelsea, Eden Hazard scored a brace followed by Willian’s goal. In the 89th minute, the Nigerian international scored his first English Premier League goal. As all the Chelsea players were enjoying the victory, Cesc Fabregas trolled Moses Victor on Twitter.

Previously Victor took Twitter to express his joy,

Soon after victor Tweeted, the Spanish international quickly responded to his team-mate and also congratulate for his goal. Although, he also figured out that the Nigerian international was not able to convert few goals in previous matches.

As soon the Chelsea players tweeted, many Chelsea fans react to Cesc’s reply in the more fun way. Furthermore, the midfielder was injured and couldn’t make it to the game against Brighton. However, he will be available in the EFL Cup semi-final second leg against Arsenal. Victor has already made 17 league appearances this season. After this victory, Chelsea climbed up to the third spot behind Manchester United and Manchester City in the league table with 50 points from 24 games. Chelsea is currently following Manchester United and trying to grab the second spot.

Victor Moses celebrating his goal against Brighton
Source: Metro (Victor Moses celebrating his goal against Brighton)

A Short Bio on Cesc Fabregas

Cesc Fàbregas is a Spanish professional footballer. He currently plays as a central midfielder for English club Chelsea and the Spain national team. Previously, he played for the Spanish club FC Barcelona.With Barcelona, he made 86 assists and scored 48 goals. He won three La Liga titles in a row and two Champions League titles in three years with the club. Cesc also won other several trophies with the club. On 12 June 2014, English Premier League team Chelsea signed Fàbregas on a five-year contract for a fee in the region of €33 million. More Bio…