Chelsea’s 4-0 trashing of Brighton at the Amex last weekend has definitely boosted the morale of the league champions and Victor Moses wants them to use that as inspiration to beat Arsenal in the Carabao Cup semi-final. The Blues stormed to victory without a host of key players last weekend.
Cesc Fabregas, Thibaut Courtois, Danny Drinkwater, and Gary Cahill all missed the game with injury, while Pedro and Alvaro Morata were suspended.
That win ended a run of five successive draws and helps them open up a 3 points lead over Liverpool on the league table.
The Nigerian wingback who scored the final goal in that game believes that win showed that the Blues have the right mentality required to win games, and wants them to take that motivation to the Emirates stadium.
Speaking to Standard sport, Moses said he believed their performance at the Amex was almost perfect and praised their build up play from the goalkeeper to the attackers.
The Blues were held to a goalless draw in the first leg of the Carabao Cup semi-final, thanks to some poor finishing by Alvaro Morata.
Eden Hazard was in inspiring form at the weekend, and although he did not star in the first leg, the Blues fans would be hopeful that he can take his form at the weekend into this game.