- Victor Moses has announced the arrival of another baby on his Instagram handle
- The Chelsea winger is currently on loan at Russian club Spartak Moscow where he has impressed
- The 30-year-old already has a son Brentley (born 2012) and a daughter Nyah (born 2015)
Nigeria international who is on loan at Spartak Moscow from Chelsea, Victor Moses, has welcomed another child as he announced via his Instagram handle.
The 30-year-old posted the picture showing the feet of the adorable baby as he accompanied it with a love emoji.
Moses already has a son Brentley (born 2012) and a daughter Nyah (born 2015).
Born in Lagos, the footballer hung his international boots after the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia.
Moses increased his Russian League goal tally to two after scoring in Spartak Moscow derby victory over Dynamo Moscow earlier this weekend.
Gernot Rohr rescinds decision, invites Eagles striker with 26 goals this season for Lesotho, Benin matches
His goal helped restore the confidence of coach Domenico Tedesco's men who conceded an own goal in the 18th minute of their encounter.
The visitors took the lead for the first time via Sobolev who stepped up to convert a spot-kick in the 63rd minute of the meeting and they went ahead to claim maximum points in the end.
Nigeria is billed to face off with Lesotho and Benin later this month and Onuachu who has so far scored 26 goals for Genk this season was initially on Rohr’s stand-by list.
Despite scoring 26 goals in 30 appearances in all competitions for his Belgian side, the German-born handler decided to overlook the lanky striker in his initial 24-man squad.
However the Nigerian Football Federation has confirmed via the official Twitter handle that Rohr has extended invitation to the star.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Super Eagles star Kelechi Iheanacho grabbed his first Premier League hat-trick on Sunday, March 14, helping Leicester City defeat Sheffield United 5-0.
Leicester took full advantage of both Chelsea and Everton’s slip this weekend and of a team bereft of, well, anything.
Sheffield were very poor, and looked shellshocked by the sacking of manager Chris Wilder 24 hours earlier.
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