Ghana’s Mohamed Kudus reveals just how special it was for him to score against Liverpool in the Champions League


Ghanaian midfielder Mohamed Kudus has televised his goal against Liverpool in the UEFA Champions League after being voted the club’s Goal of the Month. The 22-year-old continued to score impressive goals at Anfield, but it wasn’t enough as Joel Matip’s second-half header against the Dutch champions gave the Reds their first win of the tournament. Liverpool created many chances and Mohamed Salah evaded Diogo Jota’s pass to take the lead. Kudus’ powerful shot from under the bar leveled the score, but Matip won it with a header in the 89th minute. Afterwins, Kudus told Ajax TV: “It was a team goal. Around 25 he played the pass and everyone touched the ball. It was a very good team, his goal.”“I’m happy to win this award. It keeps me motivated to do more and keep supporting the team. “It was special to score at Anfield because the goal was I was in another world when the ball came in. You could see my reaction, a lot of energy.I really wanted to go celebrate with the fans but they “If I had won with a goal, I might have felt better. I watch the goals every day and it was a great goal.” It was Kudus’ fifth goal in four appearances in . Overall, he scored eight goals and provided one assist in 13 appearances in all competitions.