Manager for Swansea City Steve Cooper has heaped praises on Black Stars Captain Andre Ayew after impressive performance exhibited today by the Ghanaian attacker.
“Thirty minutes, two goals, highly motivated and a good work ethic, it was good,” said Cooper.
“That’s exactly what we know he can do. He’s come back into the club after the international break in very good condition.
“He looks extremely motivated in training and tonight was about giving him the right amount of minutes to help him get right back up to the fitness levels to play in the league campaign.
“It was a positive night in a number of ways with his inclusion.”
Black Stars Captain Andre Rami Morgan Ayew came from the bench to strike twice for Swansea City in the EFL Cup against Northampton Town.
The 29 years old was introduced to the game in the 61st minute when his team was down by a goal and scored his first goal in Swansea colours since 2016.
The former Olympic Marseille and West Ham United attacker got the equalizer for his side on the 80th minute mark and banged his second of the night in the 88th minutes securing a 3-1 win on the night.
The Ghana Captain was rumoured to be a surplus to the manager but could now warm himself into the team as the seasons progresses.
The Swans will now come up against Cambridge United in the second round of the EFL CUP at the Liberty Stadium.
By Delrand Ansah Mensah Whyte (SKIPPER), Daily Mail GH