Ghanaian midfielder Mohammed Kudus showcased a stellar performance, earning the Man of the Match title, as West Ham United orchestrated a comeback victory against Burnley.
Despite conceding an early second-half penalty that allowed Jay Rodriguez to give Burnley a 50th-minute lead at Turf Moor, the former Ajax star made amends in the dying moments of the match.
With just four minutes remaining, Kudus skillfully navigated his way into the box, delivering a cross that Dara O’Shea inadvertently converted.
The redemption continued as Kudus provided a splendid cross into the box, connecting with Tomas Soucek in the 90th minute, sealing the Hammers’ return to the path of victory.
Displaying his versatility, the 23-year-old midfielder played the entire duration of the match, contributing significantly to West Ham United’s crucial away win.
Kudus has now amassed five goal contributions in the English Premier League, boasting two goals and three assists.