By Don Silas
Former Ghanaian striker, Asamoah Gyang, has singled out Jordan Ayew and Mohammed Kudus for praise following their first-half performance against South Korea in the World Cup on Monday afternoon.
Both Ayew and Kudus were impressive for Ghana in the first half of the encounter against South Korea.
Two goals from Mohammed Salisu and Kudus gave Ghana a 2-0 lead at half-time.
Speaking at half-time during his analysis on SuperSport as Ghana leads 2-0 against South Korea, Gyan said, “What a cross from Jordan Ayew and what a finish by Kudus just needs a touch,” Gyang said.
“We were positive back home the way we played against Portugal.
“This is not a fluke against South Korea,” he added.
Source: Daily Post.