Ghanaian midfielder Mohammed Kudus was awarded Man of the Match for his instrumental role in West Ham United’s rebound win against Burnley this weekend.
Regardless of a difficulty right off the bat in the final part, where Kudus conceded a penalty, with Jay Rodriguez scoring, the former Ajax star displayed versatility and expertise.
With only four minutes left to go, Kudus organized a conclusive play, moving into the box and delivering a beautiful a cross. At first, the ball was misled by Dara O’Shea, but it eventually led to an equaliser.
Kudus drove further and showed his playmaking ability by giving a breathtaking cross in the 90th minute, which met handily by Tomas Soucek, who got the late win for the Hammers.
Playing in the entire 90-minutes of the game, the 23-year-old midfielder assumed a significant role in West Ham’s away win under the administration of David Moyes.
Up until this time, Kudus’ playing statistics in the English Premier League appears to be extremely great, with a total of five goal involvements, comprising two goals and three assists, showcasing his growing impact in the league.