Chelsea put their recent goalscoring woes behind them on Saturday as they kicked off the Premier League weekend with a convincing win over Brighton.
The champions ran out 4-0 winners against the newly-promoted side thanks to goals from Willian, a brace from star man Eden Hazard and a late effort from Victor Moses.
Hazard deservedly grabbed the headlines following a virtuoso attacking display, however another player who was happy after the match was Moses.
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The converted wing-back has starred for Chelsea since Antonio Conte took charge, but his 89th-minute strike at Brighton marked his very first league goal of the 2017-18 season.
Cesc Fabregas missed the win through injury, however he couldn't help but make a joke at Moses' expense straight after the game - and Chelsea fans loved it.
Moses tweets after Brighton win
"Quality team performance from the boys today," the 27-year-old said. "Buzzing to get on the score sheet. Thanks to all the travelling fans. Great support as always."
However, Fabregas, who's been key in Chelsea's midfield this term, had the last laugh by trolling Moses in brilliant fashion after praising his teammate.
Fabregas trolls Moses
As you can see below, the Spaniard questioned why he was able to score from Charly Musonda's superb long-range pass, but not one of his own.
Chelsea fans react to Cesc's reply
Chelsea fans really enjoyed the funny nature of Fabregas' light-hearted tweet, with some even using it as a chance to troll record-signing Alvaro Morata.
Check out some of the best reaction below:
Given that Fabregas is known for his excellent passing ability, it's easy to see why he wants Moses' finishing off his own passes to improve, giving him more assists too.
Conte will hope to have Fabregas available when Chelsea travel to Arsenal in the EFL Cup semi-final second leg before hosting Newcastle United and Bournemouth in the league.
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