Ghana striker Jordan Ayew has over the weekend scored a goal to help Crystal Palace beat Bournemouth by 2 goals to nil in the English Premier League at the Vitality Park on Saturday night.
Coach Roy Hudson impressed by his attack led by Jordan Ayew described him as” flamboyant” and sensible in the victory over Bournemouth.
“But on that subject, Wilf [Zaha] and all of the front players were superb. Yes, they’re flamboyant and have skill and pace but they were very sensible… If we can keep doing that, it might be a nice end to the season,” he said after the game.
The 28-year-old forward’s first-half strike ensured a 2-0 away triumph at Vitality Stadium on the return of the top-flight after a coronavirus suspension.
Crystal Palace striker Ayew’s goal made him the highest Ghanaian to score in the English Premier League, knocking off legendary forward Tony Yeboah.
The former Ghana legend Abedi Pele’s son, Jordan Ayew’s joined Crystal Palace on loan for the 2018–19 season. On 25 July 2019, Ayew made the move permanent with a £2.5m transfer from Swansea City on a three-year deal.