The forward finally broke his duck in the Premier League as he rose from the bench to snatch a late equaliser for the London-based club
Ghana international Mohammed Kudus scored his debut Premier League goal for West Ham in a 2-2 draw with Newcastle at the London Sports Stadium on Sunday.
The 24-year-old came on from the bench to save the day for West Ham after going behind in the second half.
Tomas Soucek gave West Ham the lead by the 8th minute but Alexander Isak scored two quick goals within four minutes after the break to put Newcastle ahead.
Kudus, who came on by the 75th minute to replace Soucek, latched onto a pass from Vladimir Coufal before he slotted in a powerful drive from outside the box to bring the scoreline level.
West Ham are currently sitting seventh on the log with 14 points.
Kudus will switch attention to international duties as Ghana face Mexico and United States in friendly games in October 14 and 17 respectively.