Ahmed Musa's goal against Iceland ranked 8th

Musa's second strike against Iceland is included among the best of the 2018 FIFA World Cup.

The 25-year-old scored two of Nigeria's three goals in Russia to become  the country's  all time goal scorer at the FIFA World Cup.

Musa's two goals in Russia came in Nigeria's only win of the tournament in their second group stage 2-0 win against Iceland.

His second goal of the encounter against Iceland which sealed three points for Nigeria was nominated about the top 18 goals of the competition.

The 18 goals were open to supporters to cast their votes for until the closing date on Mon Monday July, 23.

At the end of the vote French defender Benjamin Pavard's strike in the round of 16 was voted as the best of the tournament.

Musa's goal 8th best of the World Cup

Musa’s goal was among the top ten strikes of the tournament after FIFA released a video following the closure of the votes.

In 10th place was Toni Kroos strike against Sweden, ninth was Ricardo Quaresma against Iran Musa's strike came in eighth place.

Nacer Chadli converting a counter attack against Japan came in seventh, Denis Cheryshev against Saudi Arabia was sixth, Lionel Messi’s opener against Nigeria was placed fifth.

Fourth position went to Cristiano Ronaldo’s third goal against Spain, Luka Modric’s bullet against Argentina finished third, Juan Quintero's free-kick against Japan finished 2nd with Pavard the eventual winner.

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