Andre Ayew made his second debut for Swansea City in their 1-0 win over Burnley on Saturday.
Swansea boss Carlos Carvalhal named the Ghanaian in his match-day squad and handed him the opportunity to play a part in the team’s important victory at the Liberty Stadium.
The Ghanaian came off the bench to replace Martin Olsson in the 59th minute.
Ayew injected some urgency in the attack of Swansea City combining upfront with his brother Jordan Ayew and Tammy Abraham who also came on to replace Nathan Dyer in the cause of the game.
South Korean Ki Sung-Yeung rescued all points for the home side when he scored the only goal of the match 9minutes from time.
Andre Ayew gave a good account of himself despite failing to find the back of the net on his debut return.
By Frank Darkwah