Ex- Right to Dream ‘darling boy’ Kudus Mohammed on target as Ajax humble Feyenoord

Ghana Black Stars and former FC Nordsjælland midfielder Kudus Mohammed climbed off the bench to registered his third goal of the campaign for Eredivisie club Ajax in their 0-3 away win over Feyenoord in their match day 32 skirmish in Rotterdam. 

The determined club Ajax continued their good run of form in the 2020/21 Netherlands Eredivisie by beating Feyenoord by 3goals to a duck at the De Kuip Arena on Sunday afternoon. 

The nimble left footed midfielder saw 45 minutes of the action after Ivorian forward Sebastian Haller made way for him just after recess. 

The hosts started the game very well and it didn’t take long before they had their first goal through Robert Bozenik which was disallowed by referee Makkelie after heated VAR decision. 

Feyenoord’s Leroy Fer failed to capitalise a great opportunity for the home club to mitigate the pressure on them in the stoppage time when the club was awarded a penalty. 

An own goal from Argentina’s Marcos Senesi and Dutch defender Ridgeciano Haps put the visiting team 2goals up inside 67th minute. 

The Right to Dream graduate joined the action in the second half with an impressive performance to give the visitors the third goal of the game in the 79th minute to end the scoreline at 0-3. 

AFC Ajax sit on top of the Netherlands Eredivisie standings with 82points while Feyenoord occupy the 5th position with huge 27points behind them. 

By: Mohammed Alhassan (SMC). 

Twitter: @Alhssan4141. 

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