Former Super Eagles striker, Odion Jude Ighalo scored came off the bench to score his first goal for Saudi Arabian club Al-Saharan as they sealed a one sided 4-0 win away at Al-Nassr, AOIFotball.com reports.
Following the expiration of his loan deal with English giants Manchester United last month, the 31-year-old penned a two-and-half year deal with big spenders who were searching for their first league title since the 2011/2012 season.
Argentine midfielder Ever Banega put the visitors ahead from the spot after 17 minutes before Christian Guanca made it 2-0 eleven minutes later off an assist from Abdullah Al-Zoari.
Ugh all then replace Fabio Martins shortly after the hour mark with Christian Guanca scoring in the 82nd minute to complete his brace and make it 3-0.
Morocco international Abdulrazaq Hamdallah then missed a golden opportunity to pull one goal back for the host when he scoffed his penalty kick before Ighalo sealed the win to make it 4-0 deep into additional time converting from an Ever Banega assist.
The win puts the visitors in cruise control at the top of the league as they now hold a four points lead ahead of second-place Al-Ahli after 18 rounds of matches.