Ajax Amsterdam attacking midfielder Mohammed Kudus is pleased to be finally back on the pitch after a three-month injury layoff.
The 20-year old midfielder made a return to action on Sunday after a three-month injury lay-off after playing in the Dutch giants’ 2-2 home draw with PSV Eindhoven.
The midfielder was introduced to the game by manager Erik ten Hag to replace Quincy Promes in the 81st minute at the Johan Cruijff Arena.
Kudus suffered a knee injury in October 2020 during their UEFA Champions League match against Liverpool.
The talented attacker underwent an operation on his meniscus.
”Vital comeback in De Topper. Its a gift to be back to the arena. The Marathon continues……..#kudusdream.” Kudus wrote on twitter.
Vital comeback in De Topper ❌❌❌. Its a gift to be back to the arena. The Marathon continues……..🏁#kudusdream #kudusdream #kunfayakun #nimanian #nimanative #iamthatiam #kuduspride #Simba #sonofthelight #SOTL #ALHAMDULILLAH #bazaki pic.twitter.com/jFBjUHkNLz
— Kudus Mohammed 🦁 (@KudusMohammedGH) January 11, 2021
Kudus joined Ajax from Danish side FC Nordsjaelland in the summer.