Super Eagles stand-in captain, Ahmed Musa ended his three-month goal drought in the Saudi Arabian League in grand style as he scored twice and assisted another to help Al-Nassr to a comfortable 5-0 win over Al-Fateh, reports.
With a chance to go top of the league momentarily, the hosts started like a house on fire and were awarded a penalty after eight minutes but Abderrazak Hamdallah saw his effort hit the woodwork before he made amends 20 minutes later to put Al-Nassr 1-0 up.
Musa then doubled his side’s lead on the 38th minute to net his sixth league goal of the campaign before Giuliano made it 3-0 deep into first-half stoppage time.
Musa then setup Hamdallah for his 29th league goal of the season before the Moroccan set up the Nigerian again twelve minutes from time to complete a comprehensive 5-0 thrashing.
Musa narrowly missed out on the man of the match award with a game rating of 9.2, completed 71% of his passes, won three duels and also completed 3 of his four dribbles.
With his brace, the 26-year-old has now scored seven goals in 22 league games whilst also adding a further seven assists to his name.