- Ahmed Musa remains one of the most successful Super Eagles players today
- The winger has played in England, Netherlands, Russia before joining Al Nassr in Saudi Arabia
- The only Nigerian with four World Cup goals stylishly revealed what his garage looks like while playing table tennis
Super Eagles star Ahmed Musa remains the most successful Nigerian player at the FIFA World Cup tournaments.
The Al Nassr winger has scored four superb goals for the three-time African champions at two different global football championships ( 2014 and 2018).
However, his successes are not limited to the field where he does his scoring to help his various teams win contests.
The former Leicester City record signing stylishly showed off his garage on social media with choice cars while playing table tennis with an unknown person.
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Topping the list of his fleet is the 2019 edition of the Mercedes Benz GWagon valued around N120 million, flanked by Range Rover Velar worth N40m and a Porsche Macan priced around N30m on both sides.
Musa was part of the national team that won bronze medal at the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt last year - six years after lifting the AFCON title in Sout Africa.
The 27-year-old was named the national team captain after the exit of former midfielder John Obi Mikel from the team.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Super Eagles captain Ahmed Musa has distanced himself from news linking him with a move away from his Saudi Arabia club side Al Nassr this summer.
The 27-year-old forward has been heavily linked with a move back to Europe as Turkish League side Fenerbahce are interested in the Nigerian star.
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Musa joined The International from Premier League outfit Leicester City in the summer of 2018 in a four-year deal valued around €16.50 million.
The winger was forced to leave England having been frozen out of the squad having spent the second half the 2017-18 season at his former club CSKA Moscow.
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