Ghana captain, Andre Ayew has lauded the performance of Mohammed Kudus, describing the performance of the forward as not surprising.
The attacking midfielder scored twice, including the winner, in Ghana’s dramatic 3-2 win over South Korea in Qatar.
The 22-year-old, who plays his club football for Ajax, almost single-handedly saved Ghana’s World Cup campaign when he stroked in left-footed in the 68th minute.
He had earlier scored with a header, before Son Heung-min’s South Korea mounted a comeback, only for Kudus to win it for Ghana and their colourful, chanting fans.
He has now scored seven times in 20 appearances for his country, having made his debut three years ago.
It remains to be seen how much further Ghana go at the tournament – they have three points from two games and face a grudge match against Uruguay in their final Group H match on Friday.
“Not impressed at all,” the 32-year-old forward said, a smile forming on his face again. “It’s normal – it’s Kudus.
“He has a bright future in front of him. We know this, I know this, Ghana knows it now, the world is going to know it.
“You’ll see, more is coming from my boy,” he added.
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