Ahmed Musa names Sergio Ramos and Marcelo as his toughest opponents

Ahmed Musa names Sergio Ramos and Marcelo as his toughest opponents

- Ahmed Musa says Sergio Ramos and Marcelo are his toughest opponents

- Musa played against these two players in the Champions League

- The former Leicester City star also named Okocha as Nigeria's greatest footballer

Super Eagles captain Ahmed Musa has named Real Madrid duo of Sergio Ramos and Marcelo as his toughest opponents ever since he started his football career.

Ahmed Musa is no doubt one of the best Nigerian forwards ever considering his achievements so far and also the clubs he has played for.

The former Kano Pillars star started his career at a young age before entering the Super Eagles and has played at two World Cup for Nigeria.

Speaking with Legit.ng in an exclusive video interview, Ahmed Musa was asked to name his toughest opponent since he started playing football in which he picked Sergio Ramos and Marcelo.

''I think Sergio Ramos and Marcelo are the two players who really gave me tough times and that was when we played against them in the Champions League,'' Ahmed Musa explained.

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Ahmed Musa played in the Champions League when he was at CSKA Moscow in which he met many of the world best defenders.

Real Madrid duo of Sergio Ramos and Marcelo have been impressive in the defense for Los Blancos for years in which they have both won many titles.

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Musa also named former Super Eagles captain Austin Okocha as the greatest Nigerian player ever.

''I will go for JJ Okocha as the greatest Nigerian player and I enjoyed playing against him in Joseph Yobo's testimonial game in Port Harcourt,'' Musa explained.

Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Super Eagles captain Ahmed Musa revealed that Odion Ighalo is being missed at the national team stressing that the Manchester United on-loan striker contributed a lot to the team before his retirement.

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Odion Ighalo retired from the Nigerian national senior men's team after the 2019 African Nations Cup where the Super Eagles finished as third best in the championship.

His retirement came as a surprise to many Nigerians considering how he has been leading the Super Eagles attack.

Efforts were made by concerned football administrators to make sure Odion Ighalo returns to the Super Eagles, but the former Watford man has snubbed the calls.

While speaking exclusively with Legit.ng on Instagram live video, Ahmed Musa made it clear that Odion Ighalo's decision must be respected even though it was painful when he left Super Eagles.

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Source: Legit Nigeria

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