Ghanaian midfielder, Mohammed Kudus, recently shared that playing in the FIFA World Cup has been the pinnacle of his career thus far.
At the age of 23, Kudus made a notable move to West Ham United during the summer transfer window, following a remarkable season with Dutch powerhouse Ajax. His outstanding performance also included representing Ghana in the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
During the World Cup, Kudus emerged as one of Ghana’s standout players, contributing two goals – a brace in the match against South Korea – and an assist in the tournament opener against Portugal.
In a candid interview featuring 14 questions with West Ham’s number 14, the attacking midfielder was asked about his favorite football moment, to which he responded, “Playing at the World Cup.”
Kudus also revealed that Ghanaian reggae-dancehall sensation Stonebwoy is his favorite musician and that he dreams of visiting Tanzania.
The former Ajax and FC Nordsjaelland player recently notched his inaugural goal for West Ham in a Europa League clash against Backa Topola. Since joining the club, he has made four appearances and netted two goals for West Ham.