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Musa Bags Two Assists As CSKA Moscow Outscore Idowu’s Amkar Perm

Musa Bags Two Assists As CSKA Moscow Outscore Idowu’s Amkar Perm

By Adeboye Amosu:

Super Eagles winger Ahmed Musa was in good form as he provided two assists in CSKA Moscow’s 3-0 win against Amkar Perm in the Russia Premier League at the VEB Arena on Wednesday, reports Completesportsnigeria.com.


Musa, who played the entire 90 minutes in the game, laid the ball for Victor Vitinho’s opening goal a minute before half time.

He also had a hand in the second goal, setting up Russian international Fedor Chalov in first half added time.

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Chalov got his second of the game a minute after the hour mark, converting home a good pass from Mário Fernandes.

Amkar Perm also paraded their three Nigerian imports Aaron Samuel, Fegor Ogude and Bryan Idowu in the game.

Samuel who had a subdued game against his parent club was substituted after half time with Dario Bodul coming on for him.

Ogude was also substituted for Mikhail Gashachenkov in the 71st minute.

Left-back Bryan Idowu was however involved from start from to finish and was booked in the 71st minute.

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  • These strikers appear to be hitting form at the right time – 2 months to the 2018 Fifa World Cup.

    Ahmed Musa- starts regularly and scores.

    Odion Ighalo – plays regularly and contributes up front when. Not scoring.

    Brown Ideye – plays regularly and makes a nuisance of himself to opposition defenders.

    Olanrewaju Kayode – plays and scores in Ukraine.

    Kelechi Iheanacho – plays, scores and creates goal scoring opportunities.

    Aaron Samuel – plays and scores the odd goals.

    Things look promising.

  • Greenturf 3 years ago

    Simeon nwankwo scored a spectacular goal against juventus besides he has an incredible height.
    Sadly no one even notices this bean poled footballer who has recently commanded regular playing time for his decent club Crotone.
    I think is high time our scouts looked at his direction.

  • @Greenturf God will bless you, it’s funny how people talk about the likes of Sadiq jololo omar, Paul onuachi, olanrewaju kayode and Co but nobody care to mention the name of simeone or simy as he is called here in Italy nwankwo. I live here in Italy and I’ve watched him play several times for is team Crotone, and must say simeon is far better than the most of the names we keep on hearing in media. He is 2/Mt tall, fast and very strong on the ball he is also skillfull and can bully defenders.personally I think simy is what we need as back up 2 ighalo

    • PapaFem 3 years ago

      @ We seldom mention him because he seldom scores. The work of a striker is to scores, and if you don’t do that on a regular basis, you’d always go unnoticed. No one mentioned Umar when he was at Roma and Torino because he wasn’t scoring. Now that the goals are coming, people are talking about him. Let Simy keep scoring, one against Juventus isn’t enough. If he does this consistently, people advocate for his call.


  • Who is Simeon Nwankwo again o? We have not finished with Dessers and Onuachu, you have started including Simeon Nwankwo. Why is he not playing for Juventus, Inter Milan if he is that good. This is the first time I am hearing of Crotone in my life. His Wikipedia goal record is not even that spectacular. Please, Ighalo is better Abeg

  • I knew simy wen he was in Portugal,were he scored a lot of goals but since he came to Italy he hasn’t got much goals,he is good,though I don’t think he will get a call up.umar and other attackers have more chances of making the team than he does.