Super Eagles forward, Ahmed Musa, is looking forward to scoring more goals for Saudi Arabian side, Al Nassr, after opening his goal account for the club in Monday’s Arab Champions League round of 32 clash against Al Jazira of UAE.
Musa, who came in as a second half substitute for Moroccan midfielder, Noureddine Amrabat in the encounter scored the winning goal in the 2-1 victory.
Yahia Alshehri put Al Nassr ahead in the 15th minute of the encounter but the hosts rallied back seven minutes later to grab the equaliser through Mohamed Jamal.
“Just the beginning ,” reads a tweet on his Twitter handle.
Al Nasser celebrated Musa’s brilliant debut showing and goal by tweeting their appreciation and photos of the player during the match.
“The Nigerian eagle Ahmed Musa @Ahmedmusa718 made his debut, added the second goal for #ALNASSR showing an outstanding pace,” the club tweeted after the match.
Musa only resumed training with Al Nassr last week Friday following his arrival from English Premier League club, Leicester City.