Ghana International player, Andre Dede Ayew has incredibly made his Championship debut in Swansea City’s 3-2 come sooner than we expected following victory over Preston North End.
Due to his amazing performance in Tuesday’s League Cup win over Northampton Town, the 29-year-old was named in the Swans’ squad for a league outing for the first time since May 2018.
The Ghanaian skippper played his first game in the English second division as the Swans continued their impressive start to the season
Despite scoring a brace in the Carabao Cup, the former West Ham and Olympique Marseille forward started on the bench at Liberty Stadium but was introduced as a 22nd-minute substitute for injured Nathan Dyer.
Borja Baston’s double and George Byers’ effort were enough for Steve Cooper’s men to stretch their unbeaten streak to four matches across all competitions.
Swansea City comes fourth on the Championship log with seven points after three outings and hopefully Dede Ayew will be playing a part when the Swans visit Queens Park Rangers for their next match on Wednesday.