Ghana forward Andre Ayew made his second Swansea City debut in the Swans crucial 1-0 win over Burnley at the Liberty Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
Ayew, who rejoined Swansea from West Ham on transfer deadline day, replaced Martin Olsson in the second half after a boring first half.
He’s back! @AyewAndre enters the fray to a raucous reception from the Jack Army…
Ayew’s introduction inspired a stirring performance from Swansea. His brother Jordan Ayew was denied by the visitors’ keeper Nick Pope but Ki Sung-yueng supplied winning goal with a powerful low drive from the edge of the penalty area.
The victory moves Swansea up to 15th in the table – two points clear of the bottom three – and extends their unbeaten run to nine matches.
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