Robbie Brady’s stunning 25-yard free-kick earned Burnley a point as they drew 1-1 with Premier League leaders Chelsea.
Pedro had given the Blues an early advantage but they had to settle for a draw with Sean Dyche’s men highlighting their resilience at Turf Moor this season.
Antonio Conte’s side struggled to create many clear-cut chances and were punished by Brady's strike.
However, player-turned-pundit Gullit focused on Moses’ role in the goal as he turned his back in the Chelsea wall.
Victor Moses has featured in all but one of Chelsea's 25 Premier League matches this season
The free-kick is perfect anyway, but I hate when players turn their backs away
“This free-kick is perfect,” Gullit told BBC’s Match of the Day 2.
“In the wall, Moses. Look the ugliest players go into the wall, so the only thing is you put your face there.
“What is Moses doing here? He turns his face away. The free-kick is perfect anyway, but I hate when players turn their backs away.”
Ruud Gullit admitted Robbie Brady's free-kick for Burnley against Chelsea was top-class
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How did the Chelsea players get on during their clash with Burnley?
Chelsea wing-back Victor Moses clearly avoided being struck by Robbie Brady's free-kick
The Nigeria international has impressed at Stamford Bridge under Conte for his displays playing at right-wing back.
But Moses could have done better to prevent Burnley from scoring.
As a result, Chelsea sit 10 points in front of the chasing pack, but Manchester City could close the gap to eight tonight at Bournemouth (8pm).