Ghanaian international Jordan Ayew is wishing his new-found form at the international level maintains as he resume club duties this weekend.
Returning from a seven-game hiatus with the national team, Jordan quickly registered his name on the score sheet with a brace against the Ethiopians. His low drive on the 3rd minute and a neatly converted penalty on the 24th minute gave Ghana the needed cushion to qualify for AFCON 2019 despite having a game to spare.
The 27-year-old is yet to register a goal for Crystal Palace since joining them from Swansea United.
“I thank the fans for their support and I will keep on working hard and I want to take this to the club level as well so they should keep supporting me and the Black Stars team as well because we need their support because that’s something that’s really important,” he told Ghana Sports Online.
With a game to spare, Ghana has already qualified for AFCON 2019 which will be staged in Cameroon. The Black Stars are second in group F and will play their last group game against Kenya at home on the 22nd of January 2019.
By: Kofi Amoah