Hammers and Ghanaian international Mohammed Kudus scored a stunning goal when West Ham faced Thomas Partey’s Arsenal.
The action-packed encounter witnessed Kudus’ moment of brilliance as he unleashed a powerful strike to secure West Ham’s second goal.
The 23-year-old, formerly of Ajax, displayed exceptional ball control before launching the ball into the far-right corner of the net, leaving Arsenal’s goalkeeper, Ramsey, with no chance.
West Ham’s fortunes continued to rise as Jarrod Bowen added a third goal in the 60th minute, extending their lead. However, Arsenal managed to pull one back when Martin Odegaard scored a late consolation goal.
Kudus received a well-deserved standing ovation from the West Ham faithful as he was substituted in the 88th minute, marking a memorable night for the talented midfielder.