CSKA Moscow are back in the hunt for a UEFA Champions League spot after securing a 2-1 comeback win against Kuban Krasnodar thanks to a brace from their Nigerian striker Ahmed Musa.
The railwaymen needed the Nigerian to draw them level in the 73rd minute before he added a second five minutes from full time to hand them a 2-1 win which keeps their hope of qualifying of next season UEFA Champions League alive.
Musa rejoined CSKA Moscow on loan in January after an unhappy 18 months spell in England with Leicester City and since his return he has impressed especially in the last three games, where he scored against UFA and followed it up with two assist against Amkar Perm before his brace today.
Already he has voiced out his happiness with his form for the Russian Side , and suggested he will be happy to turn his loan spell into a permanent deal but that will depend on CSKA Moscow meeting the asking price of Leicester City.
Source: Voice of Nigeria