Nigerian professional footballer and former Manchester United striker Odion Ighalo, was on target for Al-Shabab FC, as they failed to win their 6th match of the Saudi Premier League season.
Ighalo who played the full 90-minutes, opened the scoring for his side, as he scored his 5th goal of the season before Hatan Bahbri double the lead for Al-Shabab. The match ended in a draw as Al-Hilal players came from behind to score 2 incredible goals.
Al-Shabab are currently on 9th place on the league table, while Al-Hilal are in 3rd place on the league table.
Click on the link below to watch Ighalo’s goal;
However, fans took to Ighalo’s social media page to congratulate him for his efforts.
Check out reactions from fans;
Regarded as one of Nigeria’s best attacking players, Ighalo signed for Al-Shabab in 2021 after Manchester United failed to extend his loan deal or acquire him on a permanent deal.
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