Ahmed Musa marked his return to CSKA Moscow by finding the back of the net for the Russian side in their friendly game with Norwegian side Nordsjaelland on Friday.
Musa returned to CSKA on loan from Leicester for the rest of the season and wasted no time in making his mark when he scored the opening goal of the friendly in the 33rd minute.
Mikkel Damsgaard levelled scores for FC Nordsjaelland 10 minutes later as the game ended 1-1.
However, the Nigeria international will be delighted he got out of his Leicester hell, as he failed to establish himself at the Premier League club, spending the latter part of his stay there playing for the reserves.
CSKA Moscow will face Spanish side Elche in their next friendly on Tuesday.
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