It is no longer news that no Nigerian was listed in FIFA’s
player awards for the 2014 World Cup players’
However, Nigeria could be compensated in the goals
Nigeria conceded 5 goals in total, scoring 3, two of those
coming against Argentina from one man, Ahmed Musa.
The CSKA Moscow player’s goal has been included in the
Top 10 goals for the tournament.
With the final showdown set to take place between Argentina
and Germany, FIFA TV ran a compilation of the best goals so
far with Ahmed Musa’s first stunner against Argentina
coming fourth just before the final.
The first on the list is Van Persie with the header against
Spain in the first game, followed by Australian, Tim Cahill’s
half volley strike against the Netherlands and then James
Rodriguez of Colombia’s strike against Greece in the first
Meanwhile rising reports have it that Ahmed Musa may not
be renewing his contract at Russian club CSKA Moscow at
the end of the current one.