Nigeria defeated Cameroon 4-0 on Friday evening in a World Cup qualifying game, and Chelsea star Victor Moses was in tremendous form for the Super Eagles.
The 26-year-old was deployed as a winger in this game and constantly threatened Cameroon’s defence.
After piling on the pressure, Nigeria eventually scored the first goal in the 29th minute via former Watford striker Odion Ighalo as he received a fine pass from skipper and former Blue Mikel which Ighalo showed strength to withhold the defender and fire the ball low past Cameroon goalie Fabrice Ondoa.
There was a Chelsea connection three minutes before the break when current Blue Moses played a corner which was converted by former Blue Mikel Obi.
Victor Moses scored the third goal of the evening in the 55th minute to cap a wonderful performance following a wonderful cutback pass from Moses Simon.
Leicester’s Kelechi Iheanacho made it 4-0 with 14 minutes left.
Nigeria will play Cameroon on Monday in Yaounde, and Moses will be hoping for yet another beautiful game.
Gary Cahill played the full 90 minutes as England strengthened their position at the top of Group F with a 4-0 win in Malta.
Antonio Rudiger played the final half-an-hour as Germany scored an 88th-minute winner to beat Czech Republic 2-1.
Andreas Christensen was an unused substitute for Denmark as they beat Poland 4-0.