Former Super Eagles winger Victor Moses keyed into the celebration of 80th anniversary of The Batman Saturday, uploading an animation which showed him flying like the Batman with wings.
The post which generated thousands of likes, and re-tweets, an indication that the Chelsea ace currently on loan to Turkish side Fenerbahçe is not only a lover of football but fan of the ever popular animation The Batman which appeared first in Detective Comics #27 on March 30, 1939.
His over 1.2million followers on twitter are no doubt enjoying his reminder and display in the Batman show.
Batman has since upgraded leaving marks in every form of entertainment imaginable. Appearing in countless comics, animation, television, films, video games, toys and other products, he remains the single most popular superhero.
Moses who has been on loan to four different clubs Liverpool, Stoke City, West Ham and Fernabahce since joining Chelsea from Wigan Athletic in 2012, has made 16 appearances for the Turkish side this season scoring five goals in the bargain.
Moses, who saw 81 minutes action in the Fenerbahçe’s 5-1 defeat of Konyaspor last weekend, will be looking forward to another impressive run when they visit Konyaspor on Sunday.
The tie will however not be a walk in the park for Moses and his teammates as hosts Konyaspor will be fighting to prevent back to back home and away defeat to the same club in less than two weeks.
Moses who made 38 appearances in his 6 years romance with the national team announced his retirement from international football shortly after the World cup in Russia where the Super Eagles failed to go past the Group Stage.