Ghanaian midfielder Mohammed Kudus displayed his outstanding skills in the Premier League, providing two crucial assists that led West Ham United to a 2-1 comeback victory against Burnley.
The match unfolded at Turf Moor Stadium, with Kudus securing a spot in the starting line-up. The first half ended without either team scoring, setting the scene for an intense second-half showdown.
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However, a turning point occurred when Kudus conceded a soft penalty after the break, resulting in Burnley securing the lead with Jay Rodriguez confidently striking the ball into the net.
Despite challenges, West Ham made a comeback in the 86th minute, thanks to Kudus. He set up a play that unfortunately led to an own goal, tying the score.
In the 91st minute, Kudus showed his skills again, assisting Soucek, who scored the winning goal. Kudus played the entire match, not only showing his own talent but also helping with both goals.
This win puts West Ham in 9th place in the Premier League, four points ahead of Chelsea and just one point behind Manchester United in 8th place.