Crystal Palace striker, Jordan Ayew has produced an individual piece of brilliance that gave his team three-point against Watford.
The Ghanaian forward has now score 24 goals in the EPL to equal formal Leeds United striker Tony Yeboah record.
In the 28 minutes, a build-up play on the edge of the penalty area reached the Ghanaian, who took his time to create some space before firing a shot beyond Ben Foster who was in the goal pols for Watford and earned all the three points for his team.
The 28-year old striker netted his eighth goal of the season for Crystal Palace. The victory takes Roy Hodgson’s side into the top half of the Premier League table on 39 points.
He has netted 14 goals for the Black Stars and was part of the team that made it to the final of the 2015-AFCON in Equatorial Guinea and Gabon.
The Ghanaian international is rated as one of the most talented players from the West African Country. The former Olympic Marseille and Aston Villa player was 2017-2018 Swansea City’s player of the year before joining Crystal Palace
FLY JO HIGH— Saddick Adams (@SaddickAdams) March 7, 2020
Crystal Palace striker Jordan Ayew has equalled legend Tony Yeboah’s record as the highest Ghanaian scorer in Premier League
– Jordan Ayew -24 goals
– Tony Yeboah – 24 goals
– Andre Ayew –21 goals
– Michael Essien –17 goals
– Asamoah Gyan –10 goals pic.twitter.com/qijswngbvW
Crystal Palace 1-0 Watford: Jordan Ayew proves the difference again for Roy Hodgson’s side https://t.co/2P4YtEAlMa pic.twitter.com/tb3SFfPquY— Sports Times (@SportstimesUK) March 7, 2020