Ghana captain Andre Ayew hit a brace for Swansea City as they eliminated Northampton Town from the ongoing Carabao Cup on Tuesday night at the Liberty Stadium.
Ayew came on as a substitute and struck two goals 8 minutes apart to salvage his side’s chances of staying in the competition after they had gone down by a goal.
“That’s exactly what we know he can do. He has come back into the club after the international break in very good condition,” Swansea coach Steve Cooper said after the game.
“He looks extremely motivated in training and tonight was about giving him the right amount of minutes.”
There has been speculations of where the Ghana captain could play next season but Ayew looks fired up for the new season at Swansea.
With the transfer window still open, the forward could secure a move to another club in Europe before the transfer window closes.
By Yaw Ofosu Larbi|3news.com|Ghana