Talented Ghanaian Midfielder Wins Second Successive Dutch Eredivise Title With Ajax
- Mohammed Kudus has won the Dutch Eredivisie title for the second successive time with Ajax Amsterdam
- The Black Stars midfielder helped the Dutch giants to the title after featuring in the big win against Heerenveen on Wednesday night
- Mohammed Kudus has been an important member of the Amsterdam-based side since joining the club in the summer of 2020
Ghana ace Mohammed Kudus has won the Dutch league title with giants Ajax Amsterdam after featuring in the 5-0 thrashing of Heerenveen on Wednesday night.
The 21-year-old replaced Davy Klassen in the 68th minute as the Asterdam-based club made light work of their opponents to be crowned champions.
The Black Stars midfielder has been an integral member of outgoing coach Erik Ten Hag's side despite his injury woes.
His incredible display in the 1-0 victory over NEC, where he combined with Brian Brobbey to give Ajax a late win was crucial to their success this season.
The champions got off to a great start after Argentine Nicolas Tagliafico directed a Dusan Tadic assist into the net just 19 minutes into the game.
Manchester United target Jurrien Timber then served Steven Berghuis the assist for the second on 33 minutes before Ivory Coast star Sebastien Haller completed a first half mauling with a strike from the spot.
Second half substitute Brian Brobbey scored with five minutes left before Edson Alvarez completed the mauling on 90th minute.
Mohammed Kudus has made 15 appearances and scored a goal this season in the Dutch topflight and with a game to go and a four point lead over PSV, Ajax are champions once again.
This is the second time in the running that the skillful midfielder has won the league.
Mohammed Kudus cameos as Ajax suffer Dutch Cup final defeat to PSV
Earlier, Sports Brief reported that Ghana international Mohammed Kudus was left red-faced as Ajax Amsterdam threw away an early lead to lose 2-1 to bitter rivals PSV Eindhoven in the KNVB Beker Cup final.
Ghanaian midfielder joins celebrations as Ajax players give departing coach Ten Hag farewell in new video
The 21-year-old attacker was thrown into the thick of affairs in the twilight of the clash.
But his introduction proved to be a case of much ado about nothing as PSV held on to clinch the Dutch Cup for the first time since 2012.