- Victor Moses has continued his fine pre-season form for Spartak Moscow netting for them against Rubin Kazan
- The encounter which occurred on Wednesday night, July 14, saw the Nigerian netting the first goal in 4-0 win
- Victor Moses has now scored 4 goals for Spartak Moscow in their pre-season tourney and the new term will start next week
Spartak Moscow who are Russian side are currently seeing the best of Nigerian forward Victor Moses who has continued his impressive goal-scoring form for the side in the pre-season.
The former Super Eagles star scored the opening goal on Wednesday night, July 14, as Spartak Moscow defeated Rubin Kazan 4-0 in another pre-season friendly encounter.
Victor Moses gave his side the lead in the 10th minute via a penalty and all efforts by Rubin Kazan to restore parity in the first half were futile.
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Strikes from Alexander Sobolev, Roman Zobnin and Georgi Dzhikiya sealed the emphatic victory for Spartak Moscow as they are now gradually confirming their readiness for the new season.
Victor Moses has scored four goals for Spartak Moscow in their pre-season games and the Nigerian star looks ready for the coming League season.
Interestingly, Spartak Moscow will also start their campaign in the coming League season against Rubin Kazan on July 24.
Meanwhile, Victor Moses hanged his international boots after the 2018 World Cup in Russia where Nigeria failed to go pass the group stages.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Victor Moses 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.