Super Eagles winger, Ahmed Musa was on song for his Saudi Arabian club Al-Nassr on Friday afternoon as he bagged an assist in their 4-0 bashing of visiting Al-Raed, reports.
The Eagles’ stand-in captain started his 11th league game of the season but it was Moroccan striker Adderrazak Hamdallah who stole the headlines by scoring four goals in the match.
Al-Nassr took the lead after just 8 minutes when Hamdallah opened the scoring from twelve yards to give them a 1-0 lead before he then fired into an empty net two minutes into added time to double their lead after being put through by Ahmed Musa.
The forwàrd then got his hat-trick one minute later to complete a resounding first half which saw the hosts go into the break with a healthy 3-0 lead.
The second half picked up from where the first stopped when Hamdallah scored  Al-Nassr’s fourth, expertly volleying home a glorious assist from Hamed Al-Mansour to complete the resounding victory.
Musa was on for 88 minutes and was withdrawn for Firas Albirakan. He had a game rating of 7.2 and the Nigerian has now been directly involved in 9 goals (5 goals, 4 assists) since his switch from the King Power stadium last summer.