Published: Thu, January 18, 2018
Medicine | By Earnest Bishop

Watch Jordan Ayew's Magical Goal For Swansea Against Wolves

Watch Jordan Ayew's Magical Goal For Swansea Against Wolves

Meanwhile, Bournemouth's punishment for conceding a pair of early goals to a side now 32 places below them in the pyramid, is the long, midweek trip from the south coast to the DW Stadium in the northwest of England.

With Michail Antonio regularly suffering injury setbacks, David Moyes is said to be keen to strengthen his wing options in order to ensure that his side avoids relegation this season.

Ayew has now scored four goals in his last seven appearances and is going to be key to Swansea's Premier League survival hopes in the coming months. This was the best match we've played, especially in the first half and we posed Wolves lots of problems.

Ayew put Swansea ahead on 11 minutes, gliding past five Wolves defenders and slotting the ball into the bottom corner past the helpless Will Norris.

The Liberty Stadium outfit visit Notts County for their next Cup fixture on January 27.

But as the rain teemed down, Ayew fashioned the first half chance when he pounced on a slip by Kortney Hause, but lost control as he tried to surge into the area.

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They appeared to be doing their level best to get knocked out of the world's oldest competition so they can focus all their attentions on securing promotion.

Despite Wolves' persistence in the latter stages of the game, they struggled to create any real chances of note with the Swans defence holding strong.

But it was only the travelling supporters who appealed for that one.

Jordan Ayew opened the scoring in the third-round replay and although Wolves substitute Diogo Jota levelled the scores, Bony came up with the victor to ensure the home side secured a tie at League Two promotion contenders Notts County.

It was a fine goal, one of the Swans' best this season, and gave Carvalhal's team the flawless start to the game.

Yet the message clearly hadn't got through to substitute Diego Jota, who scored within three minutes of his introduction with a shot which trickled in off the base of Kristoffer Nordfeldt's near post.

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