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UEFA make complete U-turn in huge twist and it’s great news for West Ham

UEFA have seemingly awarded Mohammed Kudus with West Ham United’s first goal during our win over Backa Topola in the Europa League on Thursday night.


Mohammed Kudus scored the first goal for West Ham in their 3-1 Europa League victory over Backa Topola a few days ago.

That was indeed excellent news for the Ghanaian, but today’s news is much better.

Although it initially appeared that Kudus, 23, had equalized for the Hammers, the goal was eventually ruled to have been an own goal.

The former Ajax player, though, now has two goals to his credit.

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UEFA change stance on Mohammed Kudus goal

The 23-year-old appears to have been given the night’s first West Ham goal by the organization that governs European football on Thursday.

On the official UEFA Europa League website, the goal from the 66th minute has been modified from an own goal to one by Kudus.

That’s a great lift for Kudus personally and the team as a whole.

With two goals under his belt, he should feel much more confident, and West Ham can only benefit from a fully firing Kudus.

Although the Ghanaian international may not yet be performing at his peak level for the Hammers, the two goals from Thursday night will be very beneficial to him.

UEFA’s decision to make a U-turn on the Mohammed Kudus goal will do him the world of good in the long run, I have no doubts about that.


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