Ajax continued their unbeaten start to the Eredivisie campaign with an emphatic 4-0 win against SC Cambuur. The team has now recorded 5 wins from 5 games this season.
Ghana’s poster boy, Mohammed Kudus was one of the goal scorers in the match but the player has suffered less game time under new manager, Alfred Schreuder. It took less than 20 minutes for Kudus to extend the lead after he was introduced into the match in the second half of the game.
Coach Alfred Schreuder was full of praise for the Ghanaian starboy but claimed that he would be disappointed if he did not play. In the post match interview, the coach explained what it will take for Kudus to get a lot of game time. He said “He should just keep going. But what is a starting player? That’s not my reasoning. I understand because any player with those qualities will be disappointed if he doesn't play. We talk about that too. Of course Kudus doesn’t agree with me. crazy if he is”.
Ajax will host Rangers in the Champions League on Wednesday.
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