Ghana Captain Andre Ayew Sends Heartwarming Message to Brother on 31st Birthday
- Black Stars captain Andre Ayew has celebrated his younger brother Jordan Ayew on his 31st birthday
- Jordan Ayew, who plays for English Premier League side Crystal Palace, turned 31 on September 11, 2022
- Andre Ayew and Jordan Ayew began their career together at Olympique Marseille before both played for Swansea in the English Premier League
Captain of the Black Stars, Andre Ayew, has taken to social media to celebrate his younger brother, Jordan Ayew, on his 31st birthday.
Jordan Ayew turned 31 on September 11, 2022.
In a heartwarming message on Instagram, Andre Ayew shared his love for Jordan Ayew, and wished him success in his life and career.
"Happy birthday Lil brother, may Allah bless your new age. Baller," Ayew wrote.
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"Dreams come true," he continued with a photo of himself and his brother in national jersey.
The duo, who are sons of legendary Ghanaian football Abedi Ayew, played together during the early stages of their career in France with Olympique Marseille before moving to England in 2016.
Andre Ayew joined Swansea while Jordan signed for Aston Villa, but after five season in England, the Black Stars captain moved to Qatar. Jordan Ayew plies his trade with Crystal Palace.
Giant mural of Andre Ayew spotted in Qatar ahead of World Cup
Earlier, Sports Brief reported that Black Stars captain Andre Ayew's image has been spotted on one of the huge buildings in Qatar ahead of the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
The Ghana talisman will be leading the Black Stars to another Mundial in 80 days time in the Gulf nation.
In a video posted on social media, sighted by Sports Brief, Ayew's photo in a Black Stars jersey was displayed on a tall building as the streets of Doha get decorated with the tournament drawing closer.
Andre Ayew scores first goal of the season for Al Sadd
Captain of Ghana's national team, Andre Ayew, scored a sensational opening goal and his first of the season as Al Sadd defeated Al-Sailiya in the Qatari Stars League on Tuesday evening.
The 32-year-old broke the game's deadlock with a cool finish as the champions won 2-1 on the road.
In a video posted on social media, spotted by Sports Brief, the prolific scorer met a through ball from Algerian forward Baghdad Bounedjah before striking home for the opener.
Source: Sports Brief News