Kudus Sets Record As The Highest Scoring Ghanaian Player For West Ham

Ghanaian midfielder, Mohammed Kudus, has become West Ham United’s highest scoring Ghanaian player in the English Premier League (EPL). He currently beats his fellow countryman Andre Dede Ayew to it.

Kudus accomplished the wonderful accomplishment in West Ham’s 4-3 loss to Newcastle United when he scored his seventh goal for the club in the Premier League.

The former Ajax star player achieved this record after he scored his thirteenth goal in all competitions for West Ham, from just 35 games.

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He beats Ghana’s captain Andre Ayew’s record of 12 goals from 50 appearances for West Ham in all competitions, inside a range of two seasons.

Kudus also leads the list of Ghana’s highest goal contributors in the Premier League with a total of 11 contributions, comprising 7 goals and 4 assists.

Since joining the West Ham, Kudus has scored goals in various competitions like the UEFA Europa League and the EFL Cup, and is ready to accomplish more.

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