This comes after their league win against Damac on Monday, March 1. The big striker shone the brightest in the encounter as he netted his first brace in the Saudi Arabian league to hand his team all three points.
The striker was on hand to lead Carlos Inarejos’ men as they cruised past their relegation-threatened counterparts.
After the final whistle had gone, Odion Ighalo and his teammates were in a happy mood inside their team bus singing to the tune of Davido’s ‘Fall’ loudly.
According to the video posted on Facebook by the striker’s fan page, Ighalo was the one recording while his teammates sang along.
Al Shabab are currently the Saud Arabian League’s table toppers with 44 points from 21 games.
Ighalo is not the first Nigerian to play in the Saudi Arabian League as the likes of Super Eagles captain Ahmed Musa and John Ogu have also played soccer there. Ahmed Musa is currently without a club after leaving the Saudi Arabian League last year.
He was rumoured to be returning to Leicester last summer but the deal never went over the line.