FC Nantes have won the French Cup for the first time in 22 years on Saturday, defeating Nice 1-0 in the final at the Stade de France.
Ludovic Blas's early second half goal was enough to earn Nantes the club's first major trophy since 2001.
Moses was outstanding for the Yellow Canaries, offering a threat to the Nice defense while also assisting on defense.
He had ten crosses, 28 touches, and three chances created. In the 73rd minute, he was substituted for Ghanaian international Osman Bukari.
Nantes have now won the French Cup four times and have also qualified for Europe for the first time in two decades, earning a spot in the Europa League.