Super Eagles Striker ‘Ahmed Musa’ Wins Saudi League Title With Al Nassr


Super Eagles striker Ahmed Musa was in glad state of mind on Thursday night, May 16, in the wake of winning the Saudi Arabian Football League title with Al Nassr.

Ahmed Musa and his colleagues at Al Nassr developed the League champions for the 2018/19 season after a 2-1 home win against Al Batin at the King Fahd International Stadium, Riyadh.

Abdellah Hamdallah got a prop for Al Nassr in the diversion with Zied Ounalli scoring Al Batin’s solitary objective.

Musa began the diversion for Al Nassr, however he was unfit to complete the experience as he was later supplanted with Petros Matheaus in the 63rd moment.

The 26-year-old previous Leicester City star anyway took via web-based networking media to praise his side’s prosperity winning the League title in Saudi Arabia.

The previous Leicester City player who as of now plays in the Saudi Arabian League has numerous costly vehicles, yet he chose to include another inside his carport. A year ago, Ahmed Musa joined Saudi club Al Nassr from Premier League side Leicester City.


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