- Ahmed Musa on Monday, August 13, scored on his debut for his new club Al Nassr
- The match was an Arab Champions League round of 32 encounter played in Abu Dhabi
- Musa who joined the Saudi Arabian club this month scored his goal in the 75th minute
Nigeria international Ahmed Musa on Monday night, August 13, scored on his debut for his new club in Saudi Arabia Al Nassr who defeated UAE’s Al Jazira 2-1.
The encounter between these two clubs was an Arab Champions League round of 32 tie in Abu Dhabi in which Super Eagles forward Ahmed Musa scored the winning goal for his club.
Al Nassr went ahead through Yahia Alshehri in the 15th minute of the encounter, but the hosts equalized 15 minutes later through Mohamed Jamal.
Ahmed Musa who started training with his new club last week Friday scored the winning goal for Al Nassr in the 75th minute of the game.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Nigeria international Ahmed Musa was excited with the warm reception he got from the fans of his new club Al-Nassr FC in Saudi Arabia.
The 25-year-old forward joined the Saudi Arabian top side on a four year deal valued at €16 million this summer after just two seasons at Premier League side Leicester City.
He was superb for Nigeria at the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia scoring twice to help Gernot Rohr's side beat debutants Iceland in their second Group D encounter at Volgograd Arena.
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