The winger equalized for the Blues after Zlatan Ibrahimovic had put the Parisiens ahead early in the first half before the game was eventually decided by penalties
Victor Moses is fulfilling the promise of his immense talent this pre-season as he scored the equalizer for Chelsea and gave in a yeoman performance when they faced Paris Saint Germain in an International Champions Cup game in North Carolina, US, on Sunday morning.
The French champions had gone up via Zlatan Ibrahimovic who reacted first to stab in a goal past Asmir Begovic in the 25th minute after John Obi Mikel lost the ball on the edge of the box.
It wasn’t until the second half that Chelsea equaled scores when Moses combined with Cesc Fabregas to score in the 65th minute.
One could tell how important the goal was to the Nigerian who broke into celebration with his trade mark somersault.
The Blues then won via penalties as substitute goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois saved a spot kick and scored his own to give the English champions something to enjoy, after losing their previous game 4-2 against New York Red Bull.
Mourinho has said that Moses would play an important part in his campaign this season as he has refused to sanction a move to either Stoke City or Tottenham Hotspur for the Nigerian.