Andre Ayew scored one and assisted another as Swansea shocked Everton by 2-1 at the Goodison park The Ghanaian capitalized on a m...
Andre Ayew scored one and assisted another as Swansea shocked Everton by 2-1 at the Goodison park
The Ghanaian capitalized on a mistake from the Everton defence to win a penalty for his side after Everton goalkeeper Tim Howard brought the Ghanaian down in the box.
Gylfi Sigurdsson stepped up to put away side Swansea City one nil up by burring the penalty kick in the top corner of the net.
A poor defending from Andre Ayew’s side saw home team Everton equalize from a corner kick nine minutes later as Gareth Barry’s touch sneaked into the far post via a Jack Cork deflection.
|Ayew scoring Swansea's second goal which secured the victory|
Andre Ayew scored a belter to put Swansea City back in the lead going into the first half interval. Neither side were able to find the back of the net in the second half with Everton pressing hard and controlling possession for most part of the second 45 minutes.
The win for Swansea City in the ended recorded as their first back to back win for the entire season.
Andre Ayew was replaced by Eder in the 89th minute of the game.