Swansea City AFC deputy captain , Andre Ayew scored a beauty of a goal for Swansea City AFC against Brentford City FC on Sunday.
The 30-year-old was involved in the build-up play and finished the move beautifully to give Swansea City the lead in their first leg playoff game at the Liberty stadium.
Ayew who earlier missed a penalty was the tormentor in chief for the Jack Army as they take a 1-0 advantage into the English Championship playoffs second leg on Wednesday.
Rico Henry of Brentford City was sent off two minutes after Ayew’s missed penalty to give the Swans a numerical advantage for the last 25 minutes of the match.
As often done by the Ghana International this season, Ayew inspired Swansea to a playoffs first leg victory over an impressive Brentford side.
The Ghana captain has now scored 16 times in the English second tier with seven assists this campaign.
Swansea are one foot into the playoffs final as they would need just a draw at Brentford to book a place in the final when the two teams square off on Wednesday.