- Victor Moses calls it quit with the national team
- The Chelsea winger announced on his twitter account
- Moses played 37 matches and scored 12 goals for Nigeria
Super Eagles winger Victor Moses has announced his retirement from the Nigerian national team.
The Chelsea attacker made it known on his social media account that he will play no part wearing the green and white colours of Nigeria.
The 27-year-old joined the national team in 2012 after switching allegiance from England to Nigeria.
The skillful midfielder thanked those who have supported him in his career and was grateful to Nigerians for believing in him over the years.
A year later, he won Nigeria's third Nations Cup title hosted by South Africa in 2013 under the tutelage of late Stephen Keshi scoring two goals in the tournament.
Moses played in the Brazil 2014 World Cup and the Russia 2018 tournaments respectively and scored the leveler against Argentina in their last Group D match from a spot-kick.
He remains one of Nigeria's most successful players in Europe having won the Premier League, FA Cup and the Europa League with Chelsea.
Moses has also played for top English sides including Crystal Palace, Wigan, Liverpool, Stoke City and West Ham United.
In total, Moses has played 37 matches scoring 12 goal for the national team during his six-year career with his ancestral home.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Super Eagles winger Victor Moses was delighted with Chelsea's first win of the season after overcoming Huddersfield Town by 3-0.
Goals from N’golo Kante, Jorginho and Pedro Rodriguez ensured Maurizio Sarri’s side kick-started their campaign on a winning note.
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