Ghana international Mohammed Kudus scored once for West Ham United in their Premier League game against Brentford on Saturday.
The 23-year-old registered his second goal in the last two games when he equalized for the Hammers against the Bees away from home.
Brentford took an early lead against David Moyes’ men before Kudus scored in stunning fashion to draw West Ham level in the game in the 19th minute.
Kudus was only starting his second Premier League game for the London-based side having been used as a substitute in the competition on most occasions so far.
Kudus was also involved in the second goal as his touch from a cross from the left flank came off the post before Jarrod Bowen made it two for West Ham to complete the comeback in the first half.
Earlier this week, the Ghanaian scored in the 3-1 win over Arsenal in the last 16 of the EFL Cup as West Ham booked a slot in the quarterfinal.
West Ham, however, were unable to hold onto their first-half lead as Brentford came from the recess to score two goals and clinch a 3-2 win.
Source: Lawrence Degraft Baidoo