Ghanaian hip hop musician Teephlow has heaped praises on Black Stars footballer Mohammed Kudus.
Mohammed Kudus, who has been a key player for the Ghana national team since his debut, puts up an outstanding performance on Thursday’s encounter between Ghana and Portugal.
Many Ghanaians “gave him with his stone” in admiration of his resilience, commitment, and skills on the football field.
In eulogizing him, award-winning rapper Teephlow said that seeing Mohammed Kudus play reminds him of his playing days, adding that he sees himself as the Ajax midfielder whenever he watches him play.
The hip-hop recording artist also noted that the football player has an unique playing style and is resilient, and he applauded his composure on the field.
Teephlow went on to say that the new team should be held together since they are good and could be the tournament’s head rather than tail.
“I see myself in this dude when I watch him play. Those who saw me play will attest to this. His style, resilience, and composure on the field remind me of myself. I really miss my football days….
“If we can keep our boys together for a while more, we will have the most dangerous team in the world. We have relatively a young squad, that’s the advantage @BlackstarsToQualify”.