Black Stars wonder boy, Mohammed Kudus was adjudged Man-Of-The-Match in AFC Ajax Amsterdam comfortable home win in the Netherlands Eredivisie.
The 20-year-old Ghanaian prodigy scored his first goal of the season and provided two assists in the Eredivisie for his new club in their 5-1 thumping of SC Heerenveen on Sunday.
The former FC Nordsjaelland starman has won two Man-Of-The-Match awards in his young Eredivisie career after playing in three games for the Dutch giants.
Kudus performance in today’s match could serve as a boost and would be brimming in confidence against England Champions Liverpool FC come Wednesday in the UEFA Champions League.
Serbia winger, Dusan Tadic received a defense splitting pass from In-form Kudus on the fourth minutes to make it 1-0 to the hosts who started the game by firing from all angles.
24 minutes later, Tadic scored again this time from the penalty spot after referee Björn Kuipers consulted the VAR to put Ajax 2-0 up.
Ryan Gravenberch on the 35th minutes released the young Ghanaian on the edge of the box at the right side of attack and the 20-year-old expertly placed the ball through the defenders legs to find the back of the net to make the scoreline 3-0 to the Dutch champions.
Henk Veerman scored a consolation for Heerenveen on the 66th minutes before Davy Klaassen restored Ajax three goals lead from the spot after 72 minutes.
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Kudus again provided an assist to Anthony in the closing stages of the match make it 5-1 to the hosts who cruised to an emphatic victory at home.
The Ghana International has a goal and three assist to his name in three matches after joining from Danish side FC Nordsjaelland this summer.