Chelsea newcomer Victor Moses believes his team secured a “good result” with a 0-0 draw in their away derby fixture with QPR on Saturday, a game which marked the Nigerian’s debut for the Blues.
Moses, 21, moved to Chelsea from fellow Premier League side Wigan Athletic earlier this summer and has taken his place on the bench for the two fixtures in which he has been eligible to date, having been an unused substitute in the European Super Cup.
On Saturday, though, the Nigerian was brought on to replace Ryan Bertrand in the second-half and made an immediate impact, forcing Rangers‘ goalkeeper Julio Cesar into action.
“I played around 25 minutes, we did very well when I came on and I just tried to help the team as best as I could,” Moses told the club’s official television station, Chelsea TV. “Unfortunately we only ended up with a point, but it’s still a good result away from home, it was a battled point.
“Everyone expected us to win, but that’s football. It’s a derby game as well, they were playing at home, they gave it 100 per cent and wanted to win the game, but we came out with our own tactics and tried to win the game, now we’ll just look forward to the next match. We had a lot of chances, we didn’t take them but hopefully in the next game we’ll be able to capitalise on that.”