Nigerian wing-back Victor Moses has expressed his disappointment with Inter Milan's 3-2 defeat to Sevilla in the UEFA Europa League final match last Friday.
The Chelsea loanee was a seccond half substitute for Antonio Conte's side at the RheinEnergieStadion, replacing Danilo D'Ambrosio as the Nerazzurri failed to rescue the game.
Luuk De Jong's double set the pace for Sevilla after Romelu Lukaku's opener in Köln, with the Belgian inadvertently diverting what proved the winner into his own net after Diego Godin had momentarily restored honours.
Moses could have become the first Nigerian player to win the Europa League in its various guises with two different clubs but for the defeat, his third in the colours of the Serie A club in all competitions last season.
Thus, the 29-year-old took to his twitter handle to express his sadness at the turnout of the result, while thanking the fans for their support:
— (@VictorMoses) December 6, 2017
Moses is expected to return to Stamford Bridge and await developments regarding his future ahead of the upcoming season