- Ghanaian midfielder Mohammed Kudus has revealed his admiration for top reggae-dancehall star Stonebwoy
- The Ajax midfielder has made a request to the Disk Jockey at the Johan Cryuff Arena to play Stonebwoy's latest song Gidigba
- Mohammed Kudus scored again for Ajax over the weekend as they suffered defeat to AZ Alkmaar in the Dutch Eredivisie
In-form Ghana midfielder, Mohammed Kudus, has one request to the Disk Jockey at the Johan Cryuff Arena and that has to do with his admiration for reggae-dancehall superstar Stonebwoy.
The 22-year-old wants Stonebwoy's latest song Gidigba played at the Arena whenever he scores a goal for Ajax.
In a video posted on social media, Kudus disclosed his love for Stonebwoy and how he inspires him to stay firm and strong.
”I agree that the DJ at the stadium must play the song. The firm and strong song I think will be perfect because Stonebwoy is an icon in Ghana. If you do that I think I will smile," he said.
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Gidigba is a Yoruba word which literally translates firm and strong.
Mohammed Kudus has been in swashbuckling form for the Dutch giants, having scored six goals in his last five games for Ajax.
The former FC Nordsjaelland attacker was on target over the weekend as Ajax lost to AZ Alkmaar in the Dutch Eredivisie. He also scored in the UEFA Champions League game against Liverpool, his first in the competition.
Mohammed Kudus scores in Ajax's defeat to AZ Alkamaar
Earlier, Sports Brief reported that in-form Mohammed Kudus continued his scoring run with another strike for Ajax in their game against AZ Alkmaar.
The Ghana international opened the scoring for the Dutch champions but it was not enough as they suffered defeat on Sunday afternoon.
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In a video posted on social media, the 22-year-old rolled in an assist from Kenneth Taylor to give Ajax the lead.
Mohammed Kudus scores against Liverpool
The 22-year-old Ghanaian connected from a Steven Berghuis assist to cancel an early lead from Mohamed Salah for Liverpool.
Mohammed Kudus has now scored in four successive games for the Dutch giants, and in back-to-back UEFA Champions League games for Ajax.