Fernebahce of Turkey winger, Victor Moses has opted to keep looking on the bright side of life, as he picks consolations from his side’s 1-1 draw at home against visiting Konyaspor.
Although Moses admitted it was disappointing to see his side fail to win in his very first starting role in the Turkish Super Lig, has consoles himself with the fact that the draw took them one step up the table.
Moses admitted he was also hurt that his effort one goal did not go in, which could have given The Yellow Canaries maximum points at home, but the ex-Super Eagles star said he is now looking to the next game.
Moses, who is on loan from Chelsea of England, said he was happy to start the match at Sukru Saracoglu Spor Kompleksi, Istanbul on Saturday, having previously got off the bench against Yeni Malatyaspor, Göztepe and Kayserispor in his first three matches since his arrival in January.
Moses missed a chance to open the scoring, before the half-hour mark after seeing his header go off target and, against the run of play, Moryke Fofana gave the visitors the lead in the 36th minute.
Jailson restored parity for Fernebahce in first-half stoppage time, and Moses took to social media after the game to acknowledged his view of the game, which he believes his side gave everything to win.
Adding rather subdued emotions, Moses posted: “Did everything for the win but we take the point and go again.”