By Johnny Edward:
Super Eagles winger Victor Moses is delighted to have scored his first goal for West Ham who ended Manchester City’s winning streak of five games in the Premier League on Saturday.
The Nigeria star also expressedhis gratitude to travelling fans who cheeered on the Hammers to their third big away win this season.
“Great win. Lads worked so hard and always nice to get on the score sheet,” Moses tweeted. “Thanks for all the support, the fans were unbelievable!”
Moses blasted home from the edge of the box for West Ham’s opener in the sixth minute and his goal was doubled by a close range finish from Diafra Sakho in the 31st minute.
Kevin De Bryune pulled one back for City late in the first half, but despite the league leaders’ best efforts, West Ham held on for another famous away win.
The Hammers who have already beaten Arsenal and Liverpool away from home this season are now second on the log three points adrift leaders Manchester City.
Next up for Moses and his teammates is a home clash against Norwich City next Saturday.