Turkish Super Lig side Fatih Karagumruk FC have reacted after Super Eagles of Nigeria captain Ahmed Musa netted a beautiful goal in their 3-2 League victory over Gaziantep FK in the first game of the season.
The former Leicester City FC star was given a starting role by coach Francesco Farioli and he was able to impress as he scored a fine goal to guide his team to a victory.
Ahmed Musa started in his team's attacking midfield alongside Karim Frei and Erhur Oztumer and the Nigerian international was able to outshine his mates on the pitch.
Former Chelsea star Papy Djilobodji scored an own goal in the 10th minutes and Angelo Sagal equalized for the away team in the 17th minutes, before Aleksandar Pesic put the home team ahead in the 19th minutes to end the first half 2-1.
Ahmed Musa made it 3-1 in the 90th minutes before Papy Djilobodji scored the last goal of the game in the 90+4 minutes to end the match 3-1.
Reacting after Ahmed Musa scored a goal on his debut, Fatih Karagumruk FC posted on their verified Instagram handle that;
"Ahmed Musa ⚡."
The victory over Gaziantep FK has now taken Fatih Karagumruk FC to the 3rd spot of the Turkish Super Lig table with 3 points from 1 match played.
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