Liverpool coach Jurgen Klopp has, lauded Ghana international Mohammed Kudus for netting an incredible goal against his side in the Champions League on Tuesday.
The In-form attacking midfielder shook Anfield with an absolute stunner for Ajax in their 2-1 defeat to Liverpool.
The 22-year-old was in the starting lineup for the Champions League game in Merseyside, his third consecutive start of the season.
Diogo Jota did well to set up Mohamed Salah, and the Egyptian made no mistake from 15 yards to put his team ahead.
They didn’t stay ahead for long, as Kudus scored a screamer to tie the game and silence the home crowd.
Steven Berghuis ran down the left side and retrieved the ball for Kudus.
The Ghanaian star, dribbled past Virgil van Dijk, turned inside the box, and unleashed a venomous left-foot strike that found the net via the underside of the bar.
Liverpool late in the game found the winner through Joel Matip.
“It was an incredible strike from Kudus,” Klopp said after the match.
Kudus has now scored five goals in his last four games after Ajax stopped him from joining English Premier League side Everton during the summer transfer window.