- Ahmed Musa has won the 2018/19 Saudi Arabian League title with Al Nassr
- The 26-year-old scored seven goals in 24 League appearances for his club
- Musa is expected to lead Super Eagles attack at the 2019 Nations Cup in Egypt
Super Eagles striker Ahmed Musa was in joyous mood on Thursday night, May 16, after winning the Saudi Arabian Football League title with Al Nassr.
Ahmed Musa and his teammates at Al Nassr emerged the League champions for the 2018/19 season after a 2-1 home win against Al Batin at the King Fahd International Stadium, Riyadh.
Abdellah Hamdallah netted a brace for Al Nassr in the game with Zied Ounalli scoring Al Batin’s only goal.
Musa started the game for Al Nassr, but he was unable to finish the encounter as he was later replaced with Petros Matheaus in the 63rd minute.
The 26-year-old former Leicester City star however took on social media to celebrate his side's success winning the League title in Saudi Arabia.
Al Nassr however finished the Football League season with 70 points from 30 games with their closest rivals Al Hilal amassing 69 points.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Super Eagles' striker Ahmed Musa gave himself a nice Valentine's gift after buying the new Mercedes Benz V class of 2019 zero worth N31 million.
Already, the former Kano Pillars' captain who currently plays in the Saudi Arabian League has many expensive cars, but he decided to add another one inside his garage.
Last year, Ahmed Musa joined Saudi club Al Nassr from Premier League side Leicester City.
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