- Conte says Victor Moses was the star man against Burnley but was quick to also state that everyone performed admirably against the home team
- Chelsea recorded a 2-1 win against Burnley in Conte's 100th game in charge of the club
- Victor Moses got the winning goal and also provided the assist for the first goal
Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has heaped praise on Nigerian international Victor Moses for his goal and assist in the Blues 2-1 vital win against Burnley at Turf Moor.
Moses scored his third Premier League goal of the season in the 69th minute to hand Chelsea all three points against Burnley who are still in the race for a top six finish.
And according to his manager, the Nigerian was the star man on a night when Conte recorded his 100th game in charge of Chelsea in all competitions, Goal.com reports.
“That was a fantastic performance from the Blues and a deserved three points.
“Victor Moses, with an assist and the winning goal, was the star man, but everyone performed admirably against tough opposition.
“Back-to-back wins is the perfect preparation for Wembley on Sunday,” Conte told Chelsea media after the game.
Moses who now boasts of three Premier League goals this term would be hoping to help the Roman Army into the FA Cup final when they tackle Southampton on Sunday, April 22.
His winning goal against Burnley also means that Chelsea have now cut the gap to five points against Tottenham. Chelsea are fifth on the table with 63 points while Spurs are fourth with 68 but with four games left.
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