- The United full-back started his career at Southampton.
- He remembers that it was a real challenge for him to play against Moses.
- Shaw says the Nigerian was a very quick, direct and strong opponent.
"Maybe because I was so young. He was really quick, direct, strong and that was a challenge for me.
The Nigerian joined Chelsea in 2012 from Wigan. He enjoyed his biggest success in the 2016/17 season. Moses was a key man of Antonio Conte's team playing as a wing-back.
The Italian head coach shifted his tactical scheme into a 3-4-3, which helped the Blues to put in an impressive 13-game winning run and eventually claim the Premier League title.
The Nigerian wing-back joined Antonio Conte's side back in January after cutting short his loan spell at Fenerbahce. He remains on Chelsea's books, however, as his contract with the Blues expires in 2021.
Since moving to Italy, however, Moses has just made seven appearances for his new team, including a sole start in Serie A.