Davide Zappcosta laid down a marker to Victor Moses with his first Chelsea goal against FK Qarabag – and his team-mates were more than happy to let the Nigeria international know it.
Qarabag made history by becoming the first team from Azerbaijan to appear in the Champions League but were thumped 6-0 at Stamford Bridge on Tuesday night.
Zappacosta was making his full debut for Chelsea after joining from Torino on deadline day and opened his account with an effort from all of 30 yards.
The Italy international later admitted he actually intended to cross the ball, but that didn’t stop David Luiz and Willy Caballero ribbing Moses, who now faces serious competition for his right wing-back spot.
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Only the post denied us a ludicrous goal.
A throwback to Moussa at his best.
Who would win between Arsenal 04 and Man City 18?
Jose is pretty passionate in his response.
The most joyous player in the Premier League.
There’s a total of 20 to get.
Including a couple of notable sons.
You’ll be hearing a lot more about Allison.
Of course he meant it. He meant everything.
The second half of an epic challenge.