Ghana captain Andre Ayew Sunday made his competitive debut for Qatari top-flight club Al Sadd.
Ayew played in Al Sadd’s season opener against A-Sailiya which ended 2-0 at the Al-Gharafah Stadium in Doha.
Ayew partnered Algerian Africa Cup of Nations winner Baghdad Bounedjah in a two-man attack, and despite not scoring head coach Xavi Hernandez was pleased with him.
Winger Boualem Khoukhi and 40-year-old midfielder Rodrigo Tabata got the goals for Al Sadd.
Ayew joined Al Sadd on a free transfer in July, signing a two-year contract, with an option to extend for a further one year.
The 31-year-old left Swansea after he unluckily missed out on Premier League promotion twice. He scored a combined 31 goals as Swansea reached Championship playoffs in the past two seasons.