- A Nigerian in Austria has tipped Leicester City star Ahmed Musa to become president in 2019
- Ahmed Musa scored a brace as Nigeria secured their first win at the ongoing FIFA World Cup in Russia
- The winger spent the second stanza of last season on loan at Russian side CSKA Moscow
A Nigerian in Austria has tipped Super Eagles and Leicester City star Ahmed Musa to become the next president of Nigeria.
The Nigerian made his intentions known when the three-time African champions camped in the European country for the final lap of their preparations for this summer’s FIFA World Cup staging in Russia from June 14 to July 15 this year.
They also got beaten 1-0 by Czech Republic in their last build up game on Wednesday, June 6, in a bid to fine tune their strategies for the championship.
Musa came in as a substitute for Chelsea wing back Victor Moses in the final ten minutes of that match but could make little or no impact.
However, the 25-year-old is now a hero back home as his brace against Iceland powered Nigeria to a 2-0 win against Iceland in the Super Eagles second game at the World Cup.
Legit.ng previously reported that Super Eagles striker Ahmed Musa scored on Thursday night, March 15, as his club CSKA Moscow defeated French club Lyon 3-2 in tough Europa League match.
The victory helped Russian club CSKA Moscow to qualify for the quarter final of the 2017/18 Europa League championship.
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