Ghana star Andre Ayew was on concentrate on as Swansea City registered a 2- triumph more than Queens Park Rangers in the Championship on Saturday.
The Ghanaian’s 44th minute strike opened the scoring for the visitors prior to Jamal Lowe added a 2nd goal after 50 percent-time to guarantee 3 factors at London’s Kiyan Prince Basis Stadium.
The matchday 21 get has taken Swansea to second on the league desk, just behind Norwich Metropolis.
For Ayew, the strike greater his objective haul for the year to 8, possessing showcased in 20 matches so much.
The former Olympique de Marseille man broke the deadlock a moment to 50 percent-time, nodding home a rebound following a looping Jake Bidwell header arrived off the post.
In the 54th minute, the Jack Military built it 2- by Lowe, who raced on aim to slot a shot previous goalkeeper Seny Dieng just after remaining picked out by Matt Grimes.
Ayew has been essential to Swansea’s chase for Leading League advertising as he at this time sits as the club’s top rated scorer.
Very last year, the Ghana skipper was equally influential as the Jack Army arrived at the semi-final of the Championship perform-off where by they fell to Brentford.
He finished the campaign as the club’s major scorer with 16 targets in 45 appearances, his exploits also winning him the most useful participant prize at his club’s conclude of period awards.
“I know I ought to enable the workforce and have a style of engage in which is not just about scoring aims it is about trying to aid the team to participate in much better football,” Ayew lately stated on his general performance at Liberty Stadium. “I think we’re performing properly. It’s pretty essential for me to try and be as complete as I can be.
“If I can get targets, that is the icing on the cake, but it’s crucial to participate in our sport,” he additional. “The gaffer and the gamers believe in in each other and we have the flexibility to participate in our recreation.”
The 31-12 months-previous, who also won the club’s Objective of the Month of November award, rejoined Swansea for a next spell in January 2018 immediately after an unsuccessful stint at West Ham United.