Ghana international midfielder Kudus Mohammed has reacted following his mouth-watering Champions League performance against Rangers on Wednesday.
“A night of unlocked dreams & what an atmosphere. I lived to forget 2yrs in history but live to remember 07/09/22. My journey is #KudusDream. I’m Kingly-Uplifting-Dauntless-Undermined-Stars Dreams” he wrote on Twitter on Thursday.
The Black Stars playmaker was involved in two quick-fire goals for Ajax who humiliated Rangers by 4-0.
Kudus set up the second goal for Steven Berghius in the 32nd minute before turning scorer himself a minute later.
The Ghanaian was awarded the Man of The Match award after the game.
Kudus Mohammed in Europe :
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Kudus arrived at Danish club Nordsjælland from the Ghanaian Right to Dream Academy, which he joined at the age of 12, in January 2018 together with two teammates, Ibrahim Sadiq and Gideon Mensah.
He made his official debut for Nordsjælland only three days after his 18th birthday, in a 2–0 defeat against Brøndby IF.
He played from the first minute as a striker, but was replaced in the half-time. With his debut, he became the ninth youngest to make his debut in the history of the club.
On 16 July 2020, Kudus signed for Eredivisie club Ajax for €9 million, on a five-year contract. He made his official debut for the club on 20 September in a league match against RKC Waalwijk. Head coach Erik ten Hag subsequently called Kudus as a player with “incredible potential”.
He continued his strong performances, scoring one goal and providing three assists in his first three appearances. His debut in the UEFA Champions League for the home match against Liverpool on 21 October, however, was disastrous. Kudus was subbed out after only six minutes, as he suffered a meniscus injury keeping him out for several months.
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