Victor Moses scored his second Premier League goal of the season in Chelsea’s 3-0 win over Leicester City and dedicated his goal to Willian, whose mother passed away following a battle with cancer.
The Nigerian's strike, alongside two from more regular scorer Diego Costa and Eden Hazard, sealed a victory that took his side up to fifth in the table after eight games.
Moses was delighted with victory, and dedicated his effort to his Brazilian teammate who missed the game and his family.
Fantastic team performance today great to get another win & buzzing to score.Would like to dedicate the win to Willian and his family today pic.twitter.com/sRi2qDHZQL— Victor Moses (@VictorMoses) October 15, 2016
Earlier, Costa and Hazard had used their celebrations to show their support to their team-mate.
The duo raised two fingers on each hand to the sky in an otherwise muted show of joy to signify Willian's No.22 squad number.