Super Eagles’ winger, Ahmed Musa started his first competitive game for CSKA Moscow but was unable to inspire the Russian outfit as they drew goalless away to Serbian side Crvena Zvezda in the first leg of the UEFA Europa League Round of 32 clash in Belgrade, reports.
A game of very few chances saw both sides failing to create any meaningful chance during a drab an uninspiring first half.
The away side came into the second half with more determination and should have gone ahead after the hour mark when Musa skipped past his marker but saw his goal-bound effort deflected for a corner kick.
Crvena were particular dangerous towards the tail end of the match, with both teams unable to find the back of the net, and Musa cutting a frustrated face after the final whistle.
Musa was on for all 90 minutes and had a game rating of 6.8, covering more ground than any other player on the pitch of play.
The second leg comes up on Wednesday, 21 February in Moscow.