Like a blistering snake on a green grass, Super Eagles’ most successful World Cup striker, Ahmed Musa, wasted no time in stamping his marks in Saudi Arabia as he meandered past Al Jazira of UAE defence to score his first goal for Saudi side, Al Nasr in a round of 16 match of the Arab Champions League.
He assumed duty posts at the club last Friday and by Monday, he made headlines! The goal he scored when he came off the bench to replace Morocco’s Noureddine Amrabat, was the match winner for the Saudi side which prevailed 2-1.
Al Nassr had gone ahead in the 15th minute of the encounter through Yahia Alshehri. However, the visiting Al Jazira leveled up the game before halftime through a goal by Mohamed Jamal.