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Musa Scores Winning Goal On Al Nassr Debut

Musa Scores Winning Goal  On Al Nassr Debut

By Adeboye Amosu

Super Eagles forward, Ahmed Musa, made a big impact on his debut for Saudi Arabia club, Al Nassr by scoring the winning goal in their 2-1 win against UAE’s Al Jazira in an Arab Champions League round of 32 encounter in Abu Dhabi on Monday, reports Completesportsnigeria.com.

Musa netted the winner 15 minutes from time following his introduction at the start of the second half in place of Moroccan midfielder Noureddine Amrabat.

Al Nassr went ahead through Yahia Alshehri in the 15th minute of the encounter.

The hosts equalised 15 minutes later through Mohamed Jamal.

The former Kano Pillars star recently linked up with Al Nassr from English Premier League club, Leicester City.

He resumed training with the club last week Friday.

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  • Muhammad 3 years ago

    I want u to add me to ur mailing

  • Shege Luzzy 3 years ago

    What a spectacular display from a big fish in a very small lake.i am d most disappointed at his choice of Saudi Arabia (with no disrespect intended).who needs a soothsayer to know that the Saudi league needs a NASA telescope to peep at even modest european leagues inter alia.

    @25 one would expect a player to aspire for bigger things. Or is somebody not telling the truth about his age? Pls rohr this guy just dropped his place in the super eagles,do oblige him without blinking. Enough said

    • Igweokala 3 years ago

      He needed the oil money to pry him away from Leicester as d asking price for him was scaring other clubs in Europe away.

      By the end of the season he will.return to Europe,its a short cut to get ones hand away from the clutches of European clubs.