Black Stars player Mohammed Kudus has been honoured with a mural painting at Nima, a suburb of Accra following his sterling performance in the ongoing World Cup in Qatar.
Kudus scored twice as the Black Stars beat South Korea 3-2 on Monday.
Kudus made it 2-0 for the Black Stars after connecting with Jordan Ayew’s cross. After South Korea drew level thanks to Jo Gue-Sung’s double, Kudus scored the game-winning goal off a cross from Gideon Mensah.
He became the second-youngest African player to score two goals in a World Cup match, trailing only Super Eagles captain Ahmed Musa (21 years and 254 days) for Nigeria against Argentina in the 2014 edition in Brazil.
The Ajax man also became the first Ghanaian to score two goals in a single World Cup match.
The artist, Moh Awudu said he wants the mural to be a reminder and an inspiration for the youth in Nima that they can take on the world with dedication.
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