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World Cup 2018: Nigeria’s Ahmed Musa challenges Lionel Messi as Argentina hero

World Cup 2018: Nigeria 2-Zero Iceland highlights2018 Fifa World Cup on the BBCHost: Russia Dates: 14 June - 15 JulyReside: Protect...

World Cup 2018: Nigeria 2-Zero Iceland highlights
2018 Fifa World Cup on the BBC
Host: Russia Dates: 14 June – 15 July
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Ahmed Musa’s two-goal present in Nigeria’s win over Iceland on Friday earned him a brand new nickname in Argentina – Lionel Musa.

However the Tremendous Eagles’ World Cup hero has warned that his new-found hero standing in South America shall be short-lived.

Barcelona star Lionel Messi has lengthy been thought to be the ‘biggest of all time’ by devoted followers however some Nigerian supporters have now advised Argentina’s trustworthy that “our GOAT is best than your GOAT”.

Might Musa now lend credence to that declare by serving to Nigeria knock out the 2014 runners-up and ship the Tremendous Eagles into the final 16?

Musa palms Argentina lifeline

After Argentina’s dismal defeat by Croatia, victory for Iceland would have left them needing a miracle to remain on this 12 months’s World Cup.

Musa’s heroics stored Argentina’s hopes alive heading into their remaining Group D sport, though they have to beat Nigeria on Tuesday – and higher Iceland’s end result in opposition to Croatia – to keep away from an early exit.

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After scoring twice in opposition to Iceland, Ahmed Musa has extra objectives on this World Cup than the likes of Messi, Sergio Aguero, Edison Cavani and Luis Suarez.

Messi had 11 pictures in Argentina’s opener in opposition to Iceland with out scoring, as did Cristiano Ronaldo when Portugal confronted the so-called ‘minnows’ in Euro 2016. However Musa scored twice from three pictures on Friday.

That additionally made the Leicester Metropolis striker, who returned to CSKA Moscow on mortgage final season, the primary Nigerian to attain at two World Cups and their all-time document scorer within the finals with 4 objectives total.

The opposite two got here in Nigeria’s Three-2 defeat by Argentina within the 2014 group stage, so in six World Cup appearances Musa has had two multi-goal video games. Messi and Ronaldo have had one every – from 17 and 15 video games respectively.

Omens are good for Musa

The earliest Nigeria can come up in opposition to Ronaldo’s Portugal is the quarter-finals, however Musa solely has to attend till Tuesday to go face to face with Messi in St Petersburg.

In addition to scoring twice in opposition to Argentina in 2014, Musa scored one other double in a pre-season pleasant in opposition to Barcelona in 2016, simply after Leicester signed him from CSKA Moscow.

“At any time when I play in opposition to Argentina, or each time Messi is taking part in in opposition to me, I rating,” mentioned the 25-year-old.

“4 years in the past I scored two objectives. Once I transferred to Leicester Metropolis and we performed in opposition to Barcelona I scored one other two objectives, so I feel within the subsequent sport something can occur. Presumably, I’ll rating one other two objectives.”

Do this and he might change into a hero for Argentina’s arch-rivals Brazil too. So what then, Neymar Musa?

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