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Fans criticise Victor Moses following Nigeria’s 0-1 loss to Czech Republic

Football fans have criticised Victor Moses on social media following Nigeria’s 0-1 loss to Czech Republic in their friendly match in Austria on Wednesday.

According to some of the fans, Moses’ performance in the match was below average, saying the Chelsea star failed to create scoring chances.

FcNaija reports that some of the fans believe the South Africa 2013 Africa Cup of Nations winner is better on the right wing than as a forward.

“Victor Moses feels he is Neymar,” says one of the fans on Twitter.

“We still see Mikel playing in front as a 10.Then Victor Moses goes up to take a set-piece and ends up delivering one of his aimless crosses,” another fans wrote.

Another fans wrote, “Victor Moses has to play on the right wing against Croatia. That’s the position he’s played all season. Why turn him into a Neymar overnight?”

“Victor Moses has been terrible all through these friendlies.The inner him thinks he’s Neymar,” one fan wrote.

-Punch

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