Nigeria’s Super Eagles captain, Ahmed Musa, has confirmed that his surgery was a success. Due to an injury, the 29-year-old was forced to withdraw from Nigeria’s Super Eagles team for an international friendly against Algeria’s Desert Foxes.
The Super Eagles Captain shared a snapshot of himself resting in a hospital bed with the physicians who did the procedure. The images were accompanied by a note that reads, “I just want to express my heartfelt appreciation to Allah for a successful surgery on my left arm. As we all know, no surgery is too minor so I am grateful for the competent doctors assigned to me for a job well done. Also to you all, for your messages, prayers and words of encouragement. I hope to be back on the field soon stronger and absolutely better. Thanks everyone.”
Musa’s remark comes after Nigeria’s Super Eagles were defeated 2-1 by Algeria in Oran. He is anticipated to return to the national team next year ahead of the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) qualifiers.
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