In a heartwarming display of mutual respect and admiration on the soccer field, West Ham’s newest sensation, Mohammed Kudus, showered praise on James Ward-Prowse for his remarkable accuracy in delivering assists following an incredible goal against FK TSC Bačka Topola.
The seamless partnership between these two midfield maestros not only secured a pivotal victory but also illuminated the growing synergy within the team, a testament to the coaching prowess of David Moyes.
The Serbian team took the lead in the 47th minute when Petar Stanic capitalized on a defensive lapse to give them the upper hand, despite the Hammers dominating possession throughout the match.
However, Kudus turned the tide by pressuring Nemanja Petrovic into scoring an own goal, and then, with just 20 minutes remaining, he confidently netted a goal from a James Ward-Prowse corner, leaving no doubt about its ownership.
To seal the deal, Tomáš Souček added a third goal in the 82nd minute, solidifying West Ham’s victory.
“We know James Ward-Prowse has a fantastic delivery and any time we have a set-piece we have a chance to score,” he said.
“On that one I just took my responsibility, made the run and it went in,” he added.