Victor Moses Bio, Net Worth, Career, Wife, Kids & Parents

Victor Moses International Career With England U16,U17, U18, U19, U21 And Nigeria Super Eagles

Although Victor Moses hailed from Nigeria, he moved early as a kid to the United Kingdom after the tragic death of his parent and that made him galvanised with English football culture while growing up.  Moses turned out for the English team first in the Under 16 where he won the Victory Shield in 2005. He joined the Under 17 at the 2007 UEFA European U-17 Championship held in Belgium where he scored thrice including against France in the semi-finals. England where later defeated by Spain in the finals, Moses however was the highest goal scorer of the tournament and was given the Golden Boot. Moses also represented England at the FIFA Under 17 World Cup in South Korea in the same year.

Following his exploit at the Under 17, Moses was promoted to the Under 18 and subsequently the Under 19 playing at the 2008 UEFA European U-19 Championship in the Czech Republic.

In 2010, Moses made his debut for the English Under 21 team in a match against Uzbekistan where they won by 2-0.

On the 1st of November 2011, it was announced that FIFA had cleared Moses to play for Nigeria. Moses was thereafter listed on the Nigeria’s 23-man squad for the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations. He went on to score two penalties in their game against Ethiopia. Moses started in the final as Nigeria went on to win the tournament

Moses was named in the squad for the 2018 World Cup in Russia where he scored a goal against Argentina. On the 15th of August, Victor Moses announced his early retirement from international football.

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