By James Agberebi:
Super Eagles forward Ahmed Musa and his CSKA Moscow side have qualified for next season's UEFA Champions League.
CSKA achieved this feat after playing a 1-1 draw away to FK Rostov in the last round of matches in the Russian league on Saturday.
Vitaliy Dyakov put Rostov ahead on 45 minutes in the first half. But Pontus Wernbloom levelled the score in the 88th minute. The draw sees CSKA finish second in the league table behind Zenit St. Petersburg while Krasnodar finish third.
Meanwhile CSKA will now play in the Champions League play-offs to progress into the group stage. And Musa who featured prominently for CSKA this season, found the back of the net 10 times.
CSKA took part in this season's Champions League where they were grouped alongside Bayern Munich, Roma and Manchester City but crashed out in the group nature.