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Musa Eyes 10th Goal In 49 League Games For Al Nassr

Musa Eyes 10th Goal In 49 League Games For Al Nassr

Super Eagles skipper, Ahmed Musa will today return to action for Al Nassr as they play host to Al Ittifaq in their last game of the 2019/20 season in the Saudi Arabian Pro League.

Musa who will also be targeting his 10th goal over two seasons for Al Nassr, started and played for 70 minutes last weekend before being substituted by Mukhtar Ali as Al-Nassr played out a 1-1 draw away against Al-Ittihad.

Today’s tie against 8th placed Al-Ittifaq will be Musa’s 26th appearances this season and 49th across two seasons for Al Nassr with the Nigerian forward having scored two goals this term and nine goals over two seasons.

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Al-Nassr currently with 61 points in 29 games are set to finish in the second spot in the 16-team league as they trail league leaders, Al Hilal with 69 points by 8 points going into the last game of the season.

The 27-year old forward aside his 2 goals also boast of seven assists this season for Al Nassr who won the Pro League title last season edging rivals, Al Hilal to the second position by just 1 point.

By Sulaiman Alao

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COMMENTS

WORDPRESS: 4
  • Musa please if you want to stay in Saudi Arabia and rot that’s up to you. Please leave super Eagles for players who trust their potential and challenge themselves and their abilities in Top Leagues in Europe. Moreover, Saudi Arabia are considered the whipping boys in World cups always carrying 8-0 thrashings and all their players play in that Saudi Arabian league…

    You had your chance in Europe and got relegated to Leicesters Under 23’s how can SUPER EAGLES ever be respected if their captain was relegated to Leicester Cities Under 23’s?????????? I mean Really a whole Super Eagles??????? That’s why your abilities have dropped chase your money and leave Super Eagles for Top talents. Thank you for your services.

     
  • I Mean this is enough now MUSA should NOT THE CAPTAIN of the Giant of African football, GIVE THE ARM BAND TO TROOST EKONG OR ONYINYE NDIDI Enough is enough. Gernot Rohr a word is enough for the wise. if Musa is invited again with all the Attacking power we have now currently. Then it will be obvious that the criteria for inviting Players to our national team is rigged. Period!!!!!!!1

     
  • Jones 21 hours ago

    Musa needs to step down as captain…If Musa was doing very well in Saudi Arabia it would be understandable but he’s just an average player over there….I think the best thing is for Ejuke to take his place…Musa is still living in world cup glory

     
  • Ahmed Musa will today return to action for Al Nassr