It appears the coach of Chelsea Antonio Conte has found a new alternate role for Nigerian ace Victor Moses at Chelsea, as the right-wing-back once again put in a commendable show as a Left-wing-back in their 1-2 loss to Inter-Milan.
Moses started the game at his usual role from the right, but with Chelsea trailing Inter-Milan by two goals to nothing, Conte moved the Nigerian to the left just like he did in the game against Bayern Munich few days ago.
Conte moved Moses to the left side following the introduction of new signing Antonio Rudiger in place of regular left -wing-back Marcos Alonso and the switch helped Chelsea seized the initiative from Inter Milan.
Chelsea pulled a goal back thanks to an audacious own goal by Kondogbia when he attempted a back pass from 40 yards out, which looped over the head of his own goalkeeper.
At the end Inter Milan ended up as winners of the fiery pre season tie as the goals from Stefan Jovetic who bundled home the rebound from his saved penalty and a low finish from Ivan Perisic was enough for the Italians.