Jordan Ayew makes Swansea debut
Ghana striker Jordan Ayew makes Swansea city’s debut in the 2-0 victory over premier champions Leicester city on Sunday.
Jordan Ayew came in as substitute to replace the team-mate Fernando Lorrente, the Swansea city’s front man in the 72 minutes to have the first fill of victory in the Swansea city’s shirt.
Jordan Ayew joined the premier league club, Swansea city on the transfer deadline day from Aston Villa. The deal took place when was on national duty with Black Stars at just needed Africa Cup of Nations hosted by Gabon.
Amazingly, the young striker Jordan scored his first premier league goal against Swansea city, at the time his elder brother Andre Ayew plays for the former club Swansea.
Meanwhile, Swansea city continued to improve after the manager Paul Clement took over from Bob Bradley.
Struggling Leicester city came to the Liberty Stadium to snatched points from Swansea but Manson and re-energized Swansea team taught other words just before the first-half of the match.
Alfie Mason broke the deadlock to put the home side in front in the 37 minutes. The defender made a thumping effort to get the ball past Schmeichel.
Swansea city double the lead with few seconds left of the additional time of the first. Martin Olosson hammers home his first for the club in the 45+3 minutes.
Swansea city are now 3 points cleared the bottom three and 15th on the Premier league table.