- Ghana midfielder Mohammed Kudus has scored again for Ajax in the UEFA Champions League on Tuesday night
- The Black Stars midfielder scored a stunner to cancel Mohamed Salah's opener for Liverpool as Ajax went into the break at 1-1
- Cameroon defender Joel Matip scored late from a strong header to secure all three points for the Reds at Anfield
Mohammed Kudus has scored again for Ajax to draw the Dutch champions level in their UEFA Champions League clash against Liverpool.
The 22-year-old Ghanaian connected from a Steven Berghuis assist to cancel an early lead from Mohamed Salah for Liverpool.
Kudus' first-ever Champions League game was against Liverpool two seasons ago, where he was forced off with an injury that ruined his campaign.
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The Ghana ace has now netted five goals in his last five games for Ajax Amsterdam.
Meanwhile, Joel Matip secured all three points for the hosts late in the game after his powerful header went beyond the line before it was cleared.
Joel Matip scores winner for Liverpool against Ajax
Earlier, Sports Brief reported that Liverpool left it late to pick their first points of the new Champions League season with a 2-1 victory over Ajax at the Anfield stadium.
Joel Matip scored with a minute left on the clock to ensure Jurgen Klopp's side stopped a resilient Ajax side who were looking to bag back-to-back wins.
Liverpool were not in action over the weekend after all Premier League fixtures were rescheduled following the death of Queen Elizabeth II. They, however, had the chance to rectify the wrongs of last week where they were beaten 4-1 by Napoli.
Mohammed Kudus named in UEFA Champions League Team of the Week
The 22-year-old earned a place in the best eleven of the first week of games in Europe's elite competition after scoring and providing an assist in Ajax's victory over Rangers.
In the team posted on social media, Kudus is in a line-up that has Leroy Sane of Bayern Munich and Barcelona's hat-trick hero Robert Lewandowki.