Watch Highlights Of The Youth Cup Victory Led By 16-year-Old Kudus And Right To Dream

In 2017, Mohammed Kudus, then 16 years old, led the Right To Dreams U-17 squad to victory in an international competition.

In the end, Kudus produced two outstanding goals to give RTD a 2-1 victory. Mohammed Diomande, a midfielder for Rangers, now assisted the opening goal with a lovely cross that Kudus connected with perfection.

After making a driving run and lobbing the ball over the goalkeeper from just inside the box, the Ghanaian subsequently added another.

His portrayal highlights how remarkable he was in his academy days, which paved the way for his relocation to Nordsjaelland.

Kudus went on to become one of the biggest names in football after dominating the Premier League in his debut year with West Ham United.

After his performances for the Black Stars, Kudus is now regarded as the face of Ghanaian football.

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