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Mohammed Kudus: Ghanaian Star Scores In West Ham’s Home Draw Against Eagles in EPL, Video
- Mohammed Kudus was on target again for West Ham in the Premier League
- The Ghanaian international netted a beautiful goal against Crystal Palace
- Kudus has scored three goals with one assist in 11 EPL games this season
Ghanaian international Mohammed Kudus was on target in West Ham United's draw against Crystal Palace at the London Stadium on Sunday afternoon.
The former Ajax star continued his blistering form for the Hammers in the English Premier League against the Eagles.
The 23-year-old was on the pitch for the entire 90 minutes of play but could not help David Moyes' side get past Roy Hodgson's team.
Kudus was on hand to give West Ham the early lead against visitors Crystal Palace in the first half, according to a report by GhanaWeb.
The Black Stars player turned in a cut-back from Czech Republic right-back Vladimir Coufal in the 13th minute of play.
Former Celtic striker Odsonne Edouard levelled things up in the 53rd minute to end the game in a stalemate.
Kudus' goal against Crystal Palace stirred reactions from fans with some Manchester United faithful criticising Erik ten Hag for not signing the Ghanaian in the summer.
"The only quality attacker at Ajax and ETH didn’t buy him. Look at him balling under Moyes."
"FPL told me Kudus was ill, I had to bench him 🥲"
"They told me he can’t operate in midfield. And one said he plays like Pepe😂😂"
"This guy shouldn’t be at West Ham sigh"
"Bro knows how to strike a ball"
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Farey, who became an internet sensation during West Ham's European campaign last season, was at the Stadium to support his beloved club.