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Kyle Naughton's cheeky well tailored pass up found Ghana's skipper which saw Ayew dribbling past two Barnsley center backs to seal a deserving lead.
Andre Ayew's strike which found the back of the next becomes one of his many goals scored for the Maggpies in their campaign.
Swansea City could be back into the Premier League proper should they get a better result against Barnsley on Saturday.
This will be another attempt made by the white angels to secure promotion from the championship into the Premier League itself.
The last time they tried they narrowly lost and we're denied that opportunity in qualifying.
Swansea City efforts in getting promotion has been smooth with the hard work of the entire team having played immensely vigorous in every single match in the championship.
It will be a dream to see another Ghanaian competing regularly at the highest level in the prestigious English Premier League.
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