'The beginning' - Ahmed Musa starts Al Nassr stint with a bang!

The Super Eagles forward showed a glimpse of his goalscoring prowess in his first competitive game for his new side 

Ahmed Musa opened his goal account in his debut appearance for Al Nassr in their 2-1 win over Al Jazira.

The Nigeria international's effort at the Mohammed Bin Zayed Stadium gave the Knights of Najd a first leg advantage in the Round of 32 of the Arab Clubs Champions Cup.

The second-half substitute, who joined his new teammates in training on Friday, scored the winning goal for his team in the 75th minute after splitting the opposition's defence with his trademark pace.

The goal comes less than two weeks after the 25-year-old signed a four-year contract with the King Fahd Stadium outfit

The former Leicester City attacker had quite an impressive summer with Nigeria at the 2018 Fifa World Cup in Russia where he scored two goals in three matches.

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He will be aiming to maintain the fine form when Al Nassr begin their top-flight campaign against Ohod on August 30.

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