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Mohammed Kudus Breaks Andre Ayew’s Record At West Ham

Ghanaian football sensation Mohammed Kudus created history at West Ham United by becoming the team’s highest-scoring Ghanaian player. However, the thrilling match ended in a close loss to Newcastle United.

Kudus, who moved to West Ham in the summer, has developed into one of the team’s main players. His impact was evident as he scored a stunning goal just before half-time, putting West Ham in the lead during a fiercely contested match against Newcastle.

Mohammed Kudus Breaks Andre Ayew’s Record At West Ham

Despite Kudus’ heroic efforts, Newcastle staged an impressive comeback, securing a 4-3 victory over West Ham.

Still, Kudus’ goal was a huge victory because it saw him overtake fellow Ghanaian Andre Ayew to become the most-scoring Ghanaian player for West Ham. Kudus accomplished this astonishing accomplishment in just 35 games, whereas Ayew managed 12 goals in 50 matches.

Along with his ability to score goals, Kudus leads all Ghanaians in the Premier League this year with 11 goal contributions (seven goals and four assists).

Kudus’s scoring prowess goes beyond national leagues, as evidenced by his great performances in the EFL Cup and the UEFA Europa League, where he has scored 13 goals overall across all competitions.

 

Mohammed Kudus, a Ghanaian football prodigy, made history at West Ham United by surpassing other Ghanaian players in scoring. Nevertheless, a close loss to Newcastle United marked the end of an exciting game.

Kudus, who joined West Ham in the summer, has grown into a key member of the squad. His influence was felt in a hotly contested match against Newcastle, when he gave West Ham the lead with a spectacular goal shortly before halftime.

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Even with Kudus’ incredible effort, Newcastle pulled off an amazing comeback to defeat West Ham 4-3.

Kudus experienced a small setback while celebrating his record-breaking goal, despite the joyous atmosphere around it. Refusing to provide him a seat for his trademark ‘taking a seat’ celebration, a ball boy forced Kudus to improvise, sitting on the advertisement board, demonstrating his versatility both on and off the field.

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