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Nigeria winger Victor Moses
Nigeria winger Victor Moses has arrived in Durban, ahead of Wednesday’s Nelson Mandela Challenge against South Africa.
The Chelsea star flew in alone as his teammate John Obi Mikel pulled out of the friendly due to a stomach infection.
“In Durban ahead of the game tomorrow against South Africa. Can’t wait!”, Moses wrote on his twitter handle as he joined his international team mates.
The Chelsea player will be making a return to the national team having been held back by injuries and failed to make the party to the FIFA Confederations Cup in Brazil.
Moses will be expected to start the game and bring some spark to the Eagles as he did in South Africa earlier this year which resulted in the team winning its third Afcon Trophy.
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