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Stoke manager happy with Moses’ first goal

Stoke City boss, Mark Hughes was delighted to see winger Victor Moses score his first league goal in the side’s 2-2 draw with West Ham United, reports.

The Super Eagles winger opened the scoring midway through the first half and silenced the West Ham fans, who had been taunting him about his alleged diving.

And the Potters boss was pleased with the man on loan from Chelsea.

“Good for him that he’s scored his first goal for us in the Premier League.

“I can’t criticise the guys too readily because overall it was a good performance.

“But I am scratching my head why we didn’t get the three points,” quoted Hughes as saying on the match.

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