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‘Come and talk to me yourself’ – Kudus in heated exchange with social media critics



Black Stars midfielder, Mohammed Kudus, did not take kindly to comments by some Ghanaians on social media who questioned his performance against the Central African Republic on Monday, June 10, 2024.

Kudus, who was billed to be the star of the team, struggled in both games against Mali and the Central African Republic.

His underwhelming performance did not go unnoticed, as some Ghanaians criticized him and urged him to avoid complacency.

However, Kudus returned the favor with some replies, urging the fans to be quiet and not talk about his game.

One of the criticisms sighted by GhanaWeb reads, “You people should tell Kudus the truth. He’s not Messi, nor is he Ronaldo. He should stop doing too much and release the ball quickly.”

The West Ham United star replied, “Masa, be quiet!!!!!”

Another tweet went like this: “Mohammed Kudus needs to be talked to. What kind of selfishness and unnecessary ball control is that?”

Kudus replied, urging the critic, “Come and talk to me yourself.”

Kudus was involved as Ghana managed a 4-3 win over the Central African Republic in their fourth match of the 2026 World Cup qualifiers.

A hat-trick from Jordan Ayew and a goal from Fatawu Issahaku gave Ghana a 4-3 victory over the Central African Republic, who also had their star forward, Mafouta, bagging a hat-trick.

With nine points from four games, the Black Stars are now top of Group I, but the outcomes of the games between Madagascar versus Mali and Chad versus Comoros could change the group standings.


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