Super Eagles Winger Musa Back On The Goal Trail For Al NassrPublished: January 03, 2019
Super Eagles captain Ahmed Musa ended a five-game goal drought as Al Nassr thrashed Al-Jndal 6-0 in a King's Cup clash at Al Orubah Club Stadium (Skaka) on Thursday afternoon.
The former Leicester City man last found the net against Shabab 41 days ago prior to today's meeting.
Musa doubled Al Nassr's advantage with a shot from outside the area a minute after the restart and closed the scoring in the 88th minute.
Morocco striker Abderrazzak Hamedallah was the star of the show after scoring three goals while Brazilian midfielder Giuliano also got on the scoresheet.
Musa has now tallied seven goals in all competitions since joining Al Nassr in August 2018, including five strikes in the Saudi Pro League.
Al Nassr's next game comes up against Al Faisaly next Thursday.
Photo Credit : alnassrfc.com
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