LIVERPOOL loanee Victor Moses, speaking to the club’s official website, departed the Liberty Stadium full of optimism and brimming with pride about the ‘great’ feeling of wearing the Red shirt for the first time.
Moses, a Nigerian international, joined the Merseyside outfit on transfer deadline day from Chelsea on a season-long loan. The 22 year old was included in the Reds’ squad as quick as Brendan Rodgers could and proved that decision to be a correct one – by notching a debut goal.
After the match, a 2-2 draw with Michael Laudrap’s Swansea side, Moses said:
“It’s always great to get on the scoresheet. It was a great goal for me.
“They made a mistake in the middle of the park, I took the ball, cut in and watched the ‘keeper – I gave him the face and put the ball in the back of the net.
“It was great to put on the red shirt, get back on the pitch again and enjoy my football. That was the most important thing. It was a great game for us today and we’re delighted with the result.
“I think it’s a fair result. We could have taken all three points but it wasn’t an easy game for us. Coming here, we knew that it was going to be a difficult game. A point was a fair result for us so we’re delighted with it.”
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