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Mohammed Kudus nets spectacular bicycle kick goal for West Ham

Ghana midfielder Mohammed Kudus displayed his incredible skill by nailing a bicycle kick, securing the fifth goal of his West Ham career.

The former Ajax winger made his mark in the 19th minute when he exhibited acrobatic finesse, meeting a Michail Antonio cross with a flying volley.

Kudus’s stunning goal, however, couldn’t secure a victory for West Ham, as they ultimately lost 3-2 to Brentford. This defeat extended their winless run in the Premier League.

Despite the team’s overall performance, Kudus has been a shining star for the Hammers, with two goals in consecutive games.

His spectacular goal in a midweek clash against Arsenal propelled West Ham into the quarter-finals to face Liverpool in the next round of competition.

With his recent goals, Kudus has now tallied five goals, establishing himself as West Ham’s second-highest scorer in all competitions this season, just behind Jarrod Bowen, who has seven goals to his name. Remarkably, Kudus achieved this feat while starting in only seven of the team’s 16 games.

Kudus’s impressive contributions continue to spark excitement and optimism for West Ham, even in the face of challenges, and fans can look forward to more thrilling performances from the talented Ghanaian midfielder.

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