Odion Ighalo had his first feel of Saudi Arabian football on Saturday as he came on as a late sub on his debut for Al Shabab in their 4-1 win over Al Raed.

The big win has helped Al Shabab reclaim the top spot on the Saudi Arabian league table.

Ighalo, who this week signed a two and a half years contract with Al Shabab, was introduced in the 84th minute.

Al Shabab now have 35 points from 17 matches, two points ahead of closest rivals Al Ahli.

Next weekend, they will be guests of Al Nassr, who last year released Super Eagles captain Ahmed Musa.

It is expected that Ighalo will be more involved in next weekend’s fixture as he gets to settle down at his new club

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