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Swansea Goalkeeper Woodman Praise 'Fantastic' Andre Ayew After Latest Heroics

The Jack Army No.1 is brimming with acclaim for the Ghanaian whose objectives have won their last two games 

Swansea City goalkeeper Freddie Woodman uncovers Ghana star Andre Ayew offers more to the club than simply venturing up in pivotal turning points on the contribute their mission for Premier League advancement. 

The 31-year-old aggressor has enlisted four objectives in his last three appearances for the Jack Army, his strikes including two critical last-pant game dominating punishments. 

On Saturday he scored twice to finish a rebound 2-1 victory over Middlesbrough in the Championship. 

"It's not just about the punishments. The fans will see the objectives that he scores, however he's a chief in the background and awesome to have around the spot," Woodman said, as detailed by his club's true website."I feel like I've adapted such a great amount off him; even sitting down to talk with him about various things. He offers incredible guidance out and he gives you this certainty and conviction when you do address him. 

"The fans see the objectives, however everybody at the club understand that he's surprisingly better at getting the best out of the players around him - even the more youthful chaps." 

On Wednesday, Ayew changed over a punishment in the 6th moment of injury time to seal a 2-1 away triumph over Stoke City. 

The story was the same three days after the fact on Saturday as he got a 97th-minute punishment, having prior scored in the 40th moment to give Swansea the lead, to make it 2-1 for his side and drastically win each of the three focuses. 

"Andre has ice in his veins, that is the joke going around in the changing area," Woodman added. 

"We really talked about punishments; I'm constantly captivated by what the players do and I study punishments intensely, however he's changing constantly and accomplishing something else. 

"On Saturday, he chose to go down the center, which is the most exceedingly awful for a goalkeeper. 

"Ben Hamer confronted one of his punishments recently and said that it's outlandish; you can't get a push-off on the grounds that he's actually stammering and trusting that the goalkeeper will move. 

"It's extremely hard to peruse and make an appropriate plunge, so credit to him. He's the person that we're depending on at the minuteIn all, Ayew has enrolled 13 objectives for Swansea so far this season, having highlighted in 32 games including 31 beginnings. 

With 11 games still to go, Ayew is only three objectives from coordinating with his objective take of last season. 

Swansea are as of now third in the class and well on course to at any rate grab an advancement play-off ticket.

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