How Victor Moses mesmerised England Captain Harry Kane during Wembley showdown

By Daily Sports on June 3, 2018

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Nigeria may have been beaten by England at Wembley on Saturday, but Super Eagles forward Victor Moses left Harry Kane for dead with some superb skill.

Tottenham striker Kane was on the scoresheet during a 2-1 win and enjoyed a pretty routine game in front of goal.

The England star even helped out in defence and was quick to close down Moses’ route of attack at the beginning of the second half.

Moses seems to be going nowhere before pulling out some expert skill and almost sitting Kane down where he stood.

Kane pushes Moses backwards before the Chelsea star spins and speeds away from the Spurs man.

It’s a tasty bit of skill from Moses and leaves Kane practically doing the splits.

•Text (excluding headline) courtesy Metro UK. Photo shows Moses

Source Daily Sports

Posted June 3, 2018

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