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Jordan Ayew Left Shocked With EA FC Rating, Aims Dig at Two Crystal Palace Teammates: Video
- Jordan Ayew has reacted to his latest EA FC rating
- The Ghana international is not happy with his score
- Ayew won Crystal Palace's Player of the Month award for August
Ghanaian forward, Jordan Ayew was left surprised by his latest EA FC rating as he hilariously called out his other teammates for scoring the same mark.
Ayew had an overall score of 74, the same as teammates Will Hughes and Chris Richards.
The Black Stars forward was unhappy with the rating and feels he should have had a better mark, making him the latest player to react against EA FC's scores.
While protesting his rating, he expressed disbelief that he had the same mark as Hughes and Richards.
“What? No, 74 no chance. Nah nah nah I’m not having it anymore," he said in a video shared on social media.
“How can I be the same as Hughesy [Will Hughes] and Chris Richards, nah,” Ayew added. “I’m not having it, I’m not having it.”
Despite his rating, the Ghana international has been a key player for the Eagles this season, winning the Player of the Month award for August.
Ayew, who just turned 32, is yet to score in the Premier League this season but has already contributed to three goals in the ongoing campaign, as reported by Transfermarkt.
Ayew wins Crystal Palace PotM
Earlier, Sports Brief reported that Ayew was voted Player of the Month for August at Crystal Palace.
The 31-year-old beat competition from Joachim Andersen, Eberechi Eze, and Jefferson Lerma to win the award for the first month of the season.
Ayew enjoyed a decent start to the campaign, providing assists in the games against Sheffield United and Brentford.
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Ayew scores as Ghana thrash Liberia
Jordan Ayew was on target as the Black Stars produced a second-half masterclass to beat Liberia in Accra.
The four-time African champions, who secured AFCON qualification after beating the Central African Republic, began early preparations with a friendly against the Lone Stars.
Following a barren first half, Ernest Nuamah broke the deadlock after expertly finishing off a brilliant pass from Stephan Ambrosius just five minutes into the second half.