Despite playing for only 18 minutes, Ghanaian star Mohammed Kudus accomplished the most dribbles in West Ham United’s victory over Sheffield United on Saturday.
The Hammers defeated the Blades 2-0, and the former Ajax talisman started his fourth straight Premier League game from the bench.
For the final 18 minutes of the game, he was substituted in for Michael Antonio in the 72nd minute.
Despite playing only a few minutes, the Black Star attacking midfielder demonstrated his skill with the ball by successfully completing four dribbles, which was a game-high.
Jarrod Bowed opened the scoring in the game after just 24 seconds, and Tomas Soucek added a second goal in the 37th minute to give the Hammers the victory.
Mohammed Kudus has played six times for West Ham so far, including four Premier League substitute appearances and starts in the Europa League and Carabao Cup.