Ajax forward, Brian Brobbey, has admitted it is only fair for Mohammed Kudus to start ahead of him considering the former’s impressive scoring run.
Kudus has been in a rich vein of form since returning to Alfred Schreuder’s starting line-up after his limited minutes in the early part of the season.
The 22-year-old has scored nine goals in all competitions this season for Ajax, five in the Eredivisie, three in the UEFA Champions League and one in the Johan Cruijff Schaal.
For his blistering form, Brobbey, who started the season as Ajax’s first-choice striker before losing his place to the Black Stars midfielder, believes competition in his position is a good thing for the team.
“Finally back to basics, always good. I have a good competition with Kudus. I do my thing, he does his thing. We just make each other better, I think,” said Brobbey as quoted by Ajax Showtime.
“I think he [Kudus] scored almost every game. If you score as a striker and the coach takes you out, I wouldn’t think it fair. So, I understand the trainer’s choice.”
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