The Nigerian winger helped his
side claw back from a 3-0 half
time deficit to win 4-6 as he
scored twice while also adding
an assist
Ahmed Musa scored twice for
CSKA Moscow, who came from
a 3-0 first half deficit, to beat
Mordovia Saransk 6-4 in the
Russian Premier League on
Sunday.

The league leaders were
reduced to 10 men early on,
following a 12th minute
sending off of Brazilian
defender Mario Fernandes.

The hosts had taken a first
minute lead via Evgeniy
Lutsenko and immediately
added to their tally after
Fernandes’ sending off via
Vladimir Vykov and Ruslan
Mukhametsin to finish the first
period in the ascendancy.

However, the Army team soon
clawed their way back at the
restart with goals from Kirill
Panchenko, Zoran Tosic and
Seydou Doumbia with a Musa
assist in the space of ten
minutes after Mordovia’s
midfielder Yannick Djalo
received a second booking.

The hosts recovered from the
shock soon after as Lutshenko
scored his second to make it
4-3 but Musa equalized in the
80th minute, assisted by
Doumbia and doubled his tally
to make the scores 4-5 five
minutes later.

The visitors then cemented
their win with a Doumbia goal
two minutes before full time.

Musa has now scored five goals
in the league and a total of
eight in all competitions this
season, as CSKA maintain their
lead with 25 points on top of
the table.

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