Sports activities News of Sunday, 3 January 2021
Source: Ghana Soccernet
Ghana and Swansea star Andre Ayew is seeking forward to the next century of targets after a short while ago scoring his 101st league goal.
The previous Marseille person has chalked huge achievement in a profession littered with glittering reminiscences of results which contains two Trophée des Champions titles in 2010/11 season and 2011/2012 French league period.
He was also in the Marseille crew that concluded runner ups in Ligue 1 on a few occasions prior to transferring to Swansea Metropolis in 2015.
Ayew has continued to rating goals exactly where-at any time he’s been, knocking in 5 through his time with Fenerbahce in Turkey.
This year, he has 8 objectives in the championship, introducing to the 28 he scored for the club considering that joining them on a cost-free five decades in the past.
The 31-year-old’s time in France also saw him rating an amazing 44 league ambitions for giants Marseille.
He also scored 3 for Lorient and 4 all through his financial loan spells at Aries-Avignon at the early phases of his occupation.
His spell at West Ham United also made 9 league objectives as accidents limited his influence.
At the nationwide amount, the son of 1 Africa’s biggest player, Abedi Pele, is adhering to in the footsteps of his famous father and led Ghana’s U-20 staff to acquire the FIFA U-20 Environment Cup in 2009. He is now the skipper of the Black Stars with nearly a century of caps for his nation.
“I really do not retain the numbers that are the occupation of the media. I just go out there and do my factor,” he informed GHANAsoccernet.com
“If I have scored all those objectives it’s because I have worked tough, and I’m looking forward to scoring extra and a lot more as I am savoring my match at the minute.”
Ayew performed the whole duration and as his Swansea Metropolis side defeat Watford 2-1 in the championship to climb to next on the league desk.
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