Chelsea and Nigerian star Victor Moses has vowed to revenge last season’s FA Cup final loss when they face Manchester United at Wembley on Saturday.
Then, the domestic double beckoned at the national stadium but the Blues ran into a surprisingly inspired Arsenal and Alexis Sanchez found the early breakthrough.
Although Diego Costa levelled on what would be his last Chelsea appearance, Aaron Ramsey sealed a 2-1 win and Arsene Wenger’s final major trophy in English football.
“It played on my mind a little bit but it’s happened. I can’t rewind it back now,” Nigeria international Moses said, reflecting upon a sapping end to his best campaign as a professional.
“It’s just something that happens in football but you’ve got to move on.
“It’s definitely the worst feeling I’ve experienced in my career. I want to be on the pitch to help my team-mates and it’s not nice.
“But we’re back in another final and I’m looking forward to it.”
— Victor Moses (@VictorMoses) May 12, 2018