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Video: Ajax Star Mohammed Kudus Stops Security From Harassing Fan to Take Selfie
- Mohammed Kudus endeared himself to fans in Kumasi after the game against Angola
- The Ajax star played a vital role as the Black Stars defeated Angola in the AFCON qualifiers
- Ghana will travel to Luanda for the second-leg on Monday
Black Stars midfielder Mohammed Kudus produced a classy moment after Ghana's game against Angola in Kumasi on Thursday.
The Ajax star played a key role as the Black Stars left it late to defeat Angola and close in on qualification to the Africa Cup of Nations.
Antoine Semenyo scored the only goal late in injury time, smashing home after scrappy defending from Angola.
After the game, the players took the opportunity to thank fans for coming out in their numbers to support the team at the Baba Yara Sports Brief.
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One fan was trying to force his way to Kudus, but the security men stopped him, leading to a mini scuffle.
In a video shared on social media, Kudus intervened as he stopped security from heckling the fan to allow him to take a photo.
The 23-year-old midfielder's freekick in the final minute of the match led to the winner from Semenyo.
Kudus and his teammates will leave Ghana for Luanda this weekend for the second leg on Monday. Victory over the Palancas Negras will seal qualification for the Black Stars of Ghana.
Ghana sits top of Group E with seven points from four games.
Hughton opens up on Kudus
Earlier, Sports Brief reported that New Black Stars coach, Chris Hughton believes finding the right balance will bring the very best out of versatile midfielder Mohammed Kudus.
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The Ajax star has been in sensational form this season despite playing in various positions on the field.
Kudus has excelled as a midfielder, a winger and a forward, scoring 18 goals across all competitions for the Dutch giants.
Black Stars fans praise Thomas Partey
Thomas Partey seems to have finally won the hearts of Ghanaian football fans after a strong display in the game against Angola.
The Arsenal midfielder captained the Black Stars to a hard-fought victory over the Palancas Negras in the Africa Cup of Nations qualifier in Kumasi on Thursday.
Second-half substitute, Antoine Semenyo scored late in injury time to hand Ghana all three points.