Mohammed Kudus is fully back for Ghana and Ajax
Mohammed Kudus, a Ghanaian midfielder, made his first appearance for
Ajax in the Eredivisie since November of last year. The 21-year-old was brought in as a sub.
On Sunday, Ajax hammered FC Twente in the Dutch Eredivisie Kudus as a second-half replacement. Mohammed is anticipated to re-enter the fray.
starting XI for the UEFA Champions League match against Benfica Mohammed Kudus made his debut for Ajax in the Dutch Eredivisie in
2022 after a cameo appearance in Ajax’s 5-0 thumping of FC Twente on Sunday.
The Ghanaian star, who missed the AFCON due to injury, is yet to appear in the tournament.
Since suffering an injury against South Africa in a World Cup qualifier on
November 15, 2021, he has not played in the league. However, on Sunday, he took over as manager from Stephen Berghuis.
He continues to work on his conditioning in preparation for next week’s UEFA Champions League match against Benfica.
The 21-year-comeback old’s is also significant for Ghana, which is preparing for a double-header World Cup qualifier against Nigeria in March. Kudus was a bird.
Due to the injury, he was forced to miss the Africa Cup of Nations last month, despite being named to the team.
Manager Erik Ten Hag will be hopeful that his high-priced asset remains healthy for the remainder of the season as the Dutch giants pursue the treble.
The 21-year-old has not played since injuring himself during Ghana’s World Cup qualifier against South Africa on November 14, 2021.
However, he was in the starting lineup for Ajax against Jong PSV in a youth league game on Monday night as he prepares for a first-team comeback.
Ghana might be fortunate to have him back for the Qatar 22 World Cup, and Mo Kudus’ die-hard supporters are overjoyed.