– Ahmed Musa on Thursday night, August 20, created two assists for his side Al Nassr
– Al Nassr recorded 4-1 win over Al Taawon in the Saudi Arabian League encounter
– Musa and his teammates at Al Nassr are now occupying second position on the table
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Nigerian striker Ahmed Musa on Thursday night, August 20, continued with his impressive performances in the Saudi Arabian Super League by creating two assists for his club.
The two assists Ahmed Musa created helped Al Nassr to record 4-1 win over their hosts Al Taawon in a tough encounter.
Ahmed Musa set up Morocco international Abderrazak Hamdallah for the game’s opening goal in the fifth minute.
The former Leicester City forward also teed up Nordin Amrabat for the second goal in the 17th minute in an incredible fashion.
Musa tried to register his name among the scorers in the 51st minute, but his shot was saved by goalkeeper Idam who dived well.
He was later replaced in the 68th minute as Al Nassr went on to score two more goals in the encounter.
Al Nassr are now occupying second position on the Saudi Arabian League table after 26 games and they have 54 points.
Al Hilai are topping the Saudi Arabian League table with 60 points and they are aiming for the title this season.
Ahmed Musa has been impressive since he replaced Mikel Obi as the captain of the Super Eagles.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Super Eagles captain Ahmed Musa revealed the name of his new baby boy as Isa Ahmed Musa as he also expressed happiness for being the father of the latest arrival to his family.
After divorcing former wife Jamila, Musa remarried to Juliet Ejue in May 2017 and welcomed their first child in February 2018.
Isa who is the new baby is now Musa’s fourth child as the former Leicester City striker also has two children with his ex-wife.
Musa took to social media to herald the good news while also thanking God for the safe delivery of his child.
Ahmed Musa has been with Saudi Arabian side Al-Nassr since the summer of 2018 after leaving Premier League club Leicester City.
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