- Spartak Moscow on Sunday night, May 16, forced FK Akhmat to a 2-2 draw
- Nigerian star Victor Moses scored the important goal for Spartak Moscow
- Moses and his teammates have now qualified for next season's Champions League
Victor Moses has posted an awesome video of the fantastic goal he scored on Sunday night, May 16, for Spartak Moscow which has helped them secure Champions League place for next season.
Although Spartak Moscow did not win the encounter against FK Akhmat, Victor Moses' goal gave his side a 2-2 draw in a tough encounter against the host.
The hosts took the lead in the 20th minute through Vladimir Iljin who scored a brilliant goal for his side.
Artem Polyarus delivered a good assist for Vladimir Iljin to score his second goal of the match in the 31st minute as Victor Moses and his teammates went into halftime with two goals down.
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Spartak Moscow changed their style of play in the second half and they waited until the 54th minute before netting the first goal through Quincy Promes who was assisted by Alex Kral.
Alex Kral also had the chance to score five minutes later, but his brilliant shot was parried away by goalkeeper Giorgi Shelia.
Victor Moses scored the equalizing goal in the 83rd minute as he benefited from an assist by Aleksandr Sobolev as Spartak Moscow finished the match with a point.
The Nigerian star expressed satisfaction after the encounter thanking the fans for their support.
''Massive win today! Secured 2nd place and Champions League qualification and thank you to our amazing fans for the unbelievable support.''
As things stand now, Victor Moses may not make a return to Premier League side Chelsea at the end of the season.
Victor Moses is known for this type of celebration anytime he scores a goal for his club and even when he was playing for the Super Eagles of Nigeria.
The Chelsea star was among the Super Eagles players who won the 2013 African Cup of Nations championship in South Africa under late coach Stephen Keshi.
Victor Moses explained that he had to stop the celebration because of the danger of being hurt.
Before retiring from the Super Eagles of Nigeria, Victor Moses played 37 games and he scored 12 goals for the three-time African champions.