Mohammed Kudus has stated that he looks up to himself in the upcoming 2022 FIFA World Cup tournament in Qatar.
The 22-year-old has been tipped to play a key role for the Black Stars in the World Cup following exceptional performances at club and national team level this year.
Fans will witness some of the globe’s best players like Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi and others play in the competition.
While many young players look up to these icons, Kudus has taken a different approach.
“I look up to myself for the World Cup. I am always my biggest fan. I can’t wait for it. Regardless of whoever we play and the result, I want fans to see the passion and the fighting spirit that I put in every game because I feel we can have bad days but our energy, determination and motivation should always be there,” he said on Countdown Qatar.
The former Nordsjaelland man also highlighted the importance of family in his profession.
“Without family, it will be very hard especially in our job because they are there regardless [whether good or bad]. We make new friends when we are doing well but family is important.”
Kudus has scored five goals in 18 appearances for the Black Stars. Ghana have been drawn into a tough group which contains Portugal, South Korea and Uruguay.
By: Bill Eshun|3Sports|GhanaRead Full Story