Ghana star Mohammed Kudus light stage with goal and assist in UEFA Champions League game against Rangers

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The 22-year old Ghanaian featured in AFC Ajax Amsterdam UEFA Champions League game against Rangers on Tuesday night.

He commanded yet another starting berth for the Dutch Eredivisie side in their last Group stage game away to Scottish giant’s Rangers. Manager Alfred Schreuder despite having headache on Kudus Mohammed and Brain Brobbey, opted to go for Kudus in their Group A away clash.

Exactly on the 4th minute, the visitors had an opener from the feet of attacking midfielder Steven Berghuis to unsettle the host.

Kudus from a beautiful and well initiated attack, set-up Steven Bergwijn for the first goal of the encounter.

With a minute to the half an hour mark, the Ghana international blasted home a superb goal to double Ajax Amsterdam lead, marking his fourth UEFA Champions League goal in the campaign.

James Tavernier after the break, reduced the deficit for the homers but late screamer from Chico Conceicao stunned them infront of their fans, as they lost 3-1 at home.

Despite, the away victory the Dutch club will play in the Europa League after failing to secure qualification from Group A having finished behind Napoli FC and Liverpool FC with six points.

The Black Stars midfielder will now be seen in the Europa League after the World Cup break.

Meanwhile, Kudus Mohammed has scored four goals and assisted three times this season in the Champions League.

Story Kolog Bonaventure

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