Super Eagles striker, Ahmed Musa, is very determined to justify the big investment Saudi club, Al Nassr, made in snatching him from Premier League side, Leicester City FC.
The Nigerian who was instrumental for Nigeria at the Russia 2018 FIFA world cup, was reportedly bought by Al-Nassr for well over 20 million pounds.
“I am determined to justify the huge investment my club made on me”
Musa opened scoring for Al-Nassr in the 26th minute and led the team to a 5-1 victory against their visitors, Al-Hazm, at the Prince Faisal bin Fahd Stadium.
The Nigerian all-but clinched the man-of-the-match award with a game rating of 8.6, after a remarkable performance for his side. Musa completed 79% of his passes, 100% of his dribbles and made four important passes in a game that saw his side dominate their opponents for 93 minutes.
His goal puts him back on top of the scorer’s chart with four goals, alongside Bafetimbi Gomis, Cristian Guanca and Nasser Al Shamrami.
Al-Nassr are currently in first place on the league table with 15 points, having won all 5 matches they have played so far.