Victor Moses helped Inter Milan to a comprehensive 6-0 victory over Brescia in the Serie A Match-Day 29 played this evening at the Giuseppe Meazza
The 29-year-old was handed a starting shirt by manager Antonio Conte alongside former Manchester United captain, Ashley Young and as the two wing-backs.
Young opened scoring in the fifth minute and Alexis Sanchez doubled the lead from the penalty spot. Danilo D’Ambrosio completed a first half demolition of the Diego Lopex side that was still without the enigmatic Mario Balotelli.
The Nerazzurri’s did not take their foot off the gas as Roberto Gagliardini made it 4-0 on 53 minutes. Moses was replaced by Antonio Candreva in the 67th minute of the encounter but Inter added two more goals through former Tottenham midfielder, Christian Eriksen and Italian international Antonio Candreva.
With the win Inter have tightened their grip on third position in the race for UEFA Champions League qualification. Conte’s men have 64points in third while Brescia sit bottom of the log with just 18 points.