Kudus says players copying his goal celebration will have to start paying taxes

Kudus has also been scoring for fun and was once again on the score sheet during the Hammers’ 4-3 defeat to Newcastle United on Saturday.

It is an iconic goal celebration that is fast catching on and has already been noticed by some of the player and fans on social media.

“I just thought about something out of the box and then some other people followed it up. Now there’s a conversation about whose is better. I’ll have to come up with another juice and put more spices in the tin. It’s all about resting after scoring a goal,” Kudus told the Guardian.

“There’s no deeper meaning. I just see it as entertainment, something to make people happy and worth the ticket that they bought. I’m still just having fun in the playground…They’re allowed to do it. But soon they will have to start paying taxes.”

Kudus has been involved in 17 goals in all competitions (12 goals and five assists) for West Ham this season.

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