Ghanaian and Ajax midfielder Mohammed Kudus has opened up on his recent injury.
The 21-year old suffered a rib injury in November 2021 whiles playing for the Black Stars in the final Group G game of 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers against South Africa in Cape Coast.
Speaking for the first time on the injury on Ajax Media, Kudus said: “The injury against South Africa was a weird one because normally you have impact from opponents before you have rib injury. I mean, I was disappointed again but it just happened so the most important thing was how to get my recovery and mind right for the whole situation.
Mohammed Kudus has battled with injuries since joining Ajax from Nordsjaelland in July 2020, when asked if there’s something he isn’t doing right, he said: “With my injuries they are not injuries which happened because I am not training well or taking care of my body.
“It’s just unlucky and stuff like that, so my 100% trust is in God and I also try to control the things can control which is how I train and take care of my body. I try to do that and stay fit.
Kudus has recovered from the recent injury he suffered and was in action Ajax juvenile said and the senior side.
“I played 45 minutes for Jong Ajax the last time 60 minutes and getting some minutes in the first team as well so now I feel 100% fine. I do everything, hopefully we keep building on that and see how everything goes. It’s good to have a feel of the ball and enjoy it.
Mohammed Kudus’ return will be a big boost for Ajax and especially the Black Stars who are hoping to secure a place a the 2022 FIFA World Cup when they face Nigeria in March.