Musa suggested before the game that City were 'weak' at the back and stated his belief that the Russian side could get a result despite being underdogs.
And Musa's prediction played out as Manchester City let a two-goal lead slip away on a cold evening in Russia.
Substitute Seydou Doumbia scored and was then fouled for a controversial late penalty, which was converted by Bedras Natcho for 2-2.
"In the first half we showed too much respect for City but after the break we worked hard to get a point.
"After we got back level we had the drive to go on and win the game but we didn't have enough time.
"We have our first point but now we need to keep working hard."