Super Eagles striker Odion Ighalo leads Al-Hilal to a comfortable 5-0 victory over his former Club Al-Shabab FC on Wednesday.
The 32-year-old scored twice at the Price Faisal Bin Fah Stadium as Al-Hilal returns to winning ways in domestic league, after disappointing FIFA World Club Cup campaign.
The former Manchester United striker put Al-Hilal in front after 18th minutes, and completed his brace in the 42nd minute.
Ighalo who swapped Al-Shabab for Al-Hilal in January is now joint top scorer in the Saudi Pro League having scored 14 goals in 18 games.
Malian striker Moussa Marega (brace) and Andre Corillo scored other goals for the Asia Champions.
The emphatic moved Al-Hilal to fourth on the table with 34 points — they are 6 points adrift Al-Shabab who occupies third position, although the Ramon Diaz men have played two game less.
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