Sunday, 23 October 2016

AHMED MUSA SCORE HIS FIRST PREMIER LEAGUE GOAL FOR LEICESTER CITY.

Ahmed Musa scored a brilliant shot opening goal for Leicester City in a 3-1 win over Crystal Palace.



Claudio Ranieri hailed the revival of his players, this performance marked a return to the Leicester the world fell for last season. By the end of this game, with the stadium reverberating and chanting once more of the noisy happy-clappers and supporters celebrating the Nigerian forward man Ahmed Musa after a brilliant goal strike at the King Power Stadium.

Ahmen Musa opened the scoring on 42 minutes. It was the type of goal coach Ranieri must have imagined Musa scoring when he met a £16million deal to bring the Nigerian to the club from CSKA Moscow in Russia at the summer window.

There seemed a little danger when Musa collected possession midway through the Palace half, but the winger sensed opportunity, dribbling at pace towards Crystal Palace defence.
Musa race down in a zigzag past a challenge, slipping the ball to teammate Okazaki, who fed it through to their record signing forward Islam Slimani. The forward laid it back in to Musa, who had continued his run and and release a strike into the goal with Palace keeper Mandanda unsighted.

The Nigerian forward have now scored THREE-GOALS for Leicester City after goting his first 2-goals against Barcelona at the International Champions Cup pre-season game back in August 2016 as they went to loose the match 4-2 to the Spanish Champions.


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