Ghanaian duo Mohammed Kudus and Antoine Semenyo were on target for their respective teams in the Premier League over the weekend.
Kudus scored the opener for West Ham United in their game against Crystal Palace on Sunday at the Olympic Stadium.
Kudus adds to his tally pic.twitter.com/VTykZdi2bj— West Ham United (@WestHam) December 3, 2023
The Ghanaian midfielder made himself available to receive a cutback pass from Vladimir Coufal to break the deadlock after just 13 minutes played, registering his third league goal this season in just five starts.
However, the Hammers were unable to hold to their lead as Odsonne Edouard scored the equaliser for Palace.
Elsewhere at the Vitality Stadium, Semenyo, who was handed a starting berth, also registered his third league goal this campaign as Bournemouth played out a thrilling 2-2 draw with Aston Villa.
Semenyo scored on the 10th-minute mark, finishing off brilliantly after being teed by Ryan Christie to hand the Cherries the lead.
Leon Bailey equalised for the visitors ten minutes later before Dominic Solanke restored Bournemouth’s lead.
But victory was not meant to be as Ollie Watkins scored a let equaliser for the Villans to share the spoils.
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