Ghana's World Cup Star Mohammed Kudus Celebrated by the People of Nima
- Mohammed Kudus has been presented with a golden trophy by the people of Nima
- The Ghana and Ajax midfielder is in the country for vacation after a hectic first half of the season
- Kudus was Ghana's best player at the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar
Mohammed Kudus has been presented with a trophy of recognition by the people of his hometown, Nima, following his outstanding display at the World Cup.
The Ajax midfielder is in Ghana for the holidays after an impressive first half to the season, where he scored 10 goals across all competitions for his club.
At the World Cup, Kudus was Ghana's brightest spot, scoring two goals and providing an assist in three games.
His efforts has been duly recognized, with the 22-year-old celebrated in Nima, Accra.
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In photos and videos shared on social media, Kudus in the presence of legendary Ghanaian footballer Mohammed Polo, was rewarded with a golden trophy.
"I am overwhelmed for the kind gesture and to be an ambassador for Nima. With the social vices it’s tagged of, I found passion that I continue to harness in football. May this inspire the next generation to be better than us. Nima is not just my community and roots. Nima is a Creed!!," he wrote on Twitter.
Kudus will be returning to the Netherlands next month ahead of the resumption of the Dutch Eredivisie. The talented midfielder has been linked with several clubs in Europe, including Manchester United and Liverpool.
Kudus spotted playing street football
Earlier, Sports Brief reported that Ajax star Mohammed Kudus has returned to Ghana for holidays before the resumption of the Dutch Eredivisie next year.
The 22-year-old was Ghana's brightest spot at the just ended World Cup in Qatar, and he is currently on the radar of several clubs.
Kudus scored two goals and provided an assist in three matches as the Black Stars suffered group stage elimination.
Kudus honoured with gold medal
Black Stars midfielder Mohammed Kudus has been rewarded with a gold medal by the Western Reginal Minister, Kwabena Okyere Darko-Mensah, following his exploits at the World Cup in Qatar.
Kudus was Ghana's brightest spot at the tournament, scoring two goals and providing an assist in three games. The Ajax star won Ghana a penalty in the decider against Uruguay which was missed by captain Andre Ayew.
His contribution to the team was duly recognized after he arrived in Ghana following the team's exit.
Source: Sports Brief News