Nigeria international Ahmed Musa won the Saudi Arabia Professional Football League title with Al Nassr on Thursday following their 2-1 home win over Al Batin.
Concise News learnt that Al Nassr won 70 points from 30 games with their closest rivals, Al Hilal, amassing 69 points from the same number of matches.
Abdellah Hamdallah netted a brace for Al Nassr in the game with Zied Ounalli scoring Al Batin’s only goal.
Musa who started the match, was replaced by Brazilian midfielder Petros Matheaus in the 63rd minute.
The 26-year-old scored seven goals in 24 league appearances for Al Nassr in the just-concluded season.
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The Nigerian forward linked up with Al Nassr last summer from Premier League club Leicester City.
He is now expected to go on holidays before linking up with the Super Eagles in Asaba on June 2 for their 2019 Africa Cup of Nations camping.