Ghanaian teenager, Mohammed Kudus marked his Ajax debut today when the team defeated AC Wolfsberger 2-0 in a pre-season friendly match in Austria.
The 19-year old completed a sensational switch from Danish club FC Nordsjaelland last month in a deal that cost the Dutch giants 9 million Euros.
During the first two pre-season games of Ajax in the Netherlands, Mohammed Kudus could not feature due to issues relating to work permit.
Fortunately for him, he traveled with his new club to Austria where they are continuing their pre-season training.
Today, Kudus played as a second-half substitute for Ajax Amsterdam when the club defeated AC Wolfsberger.
The highly-rated attacker dazzled with his touches, passing and attacking plays as he looks to adapt with his new teammates at Ajax.
At the end of the exercise, goals from Quincy Promes and Ryan Gravenberch ensured that Mohammed Kudus and his new teammates cruised past AC Wolfsberger with a 2-0 win.
The Dutch club is expected to play 5 more friendly matches before the start of the 2020/2021 Eredivisie campaign.