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Sunday Dec 24, 2017. 10:30
Both Andre and Jordan Ayew found the back of the net in the English Premier League on Saturday.
The Ghana duo were axed from the most recent Black Stars squad, but proved their worth in finding the back of the net for West Ham United and Swansea City respectively.
Andre, 28, scored his sixth goal in all competitions this season - hammering home from close range - in a 3-2 defeat against Newcastle United. The attacker had missed a penalty before pulling a goal back for the Hammers.
His strike, though, failed to spark a comeback as the London club slipped down to 17th spot on the log standings.
Younger brother Jordan, 26. scored only his second goal of the season and his first since August in a 1-1 draw against Crystal Place.
It was the forward's second of the season against the Eagles. The point leaves the Swans rooted to the bottom of the log standings.