Ghana captain Andre Ayew scores 10th on his return to Al Sadd in victory over Al Wakra
- Andre Ayew continued his scoring run for his side Al-Sadd SC in the Qatari Stars League.
- The Ghana captain came off the bench to hit the target as Al-Sadd made light work of Al-Wakrah.
- Ayew has now scored 10 times in 13 appearances for Al-Sadd SC in the 2021/22 Qatari Stars League.
Ghana captain Andre Ayew was on the scoresheet as Al-Sadd thrashed Al-Wakrah 6-0 in the Qatari Stars League on Monday.
Ayew climbed off the bench in the 66th minute to score his 10th league goal of the season with his first touch after his introduction.
The 32-year-old nodded home his side’s fifth goal of the match following a free-kick from the left side of attack.
Abdelkarim Hassan later netted another goal to seal what ended as a massive 6-0 thrashing of Al-Wakrah. Other scorers on the day are Rodrigo Tabata, Hassan Al-Haydos, and Akram Afif, who scored a brace.
Ayew has now netted 10 goals in 13 league appearances for Al-Sadd SC this term.
Ayew Brothers Respond To Criticisms, Claims To Get Them Ousted From The Black Stars
Meanwhile, former Ghana international, Rahim Ayew, has strongly defended his brothers after the heavy criticisms they received following the Black Stars' early exit from the Africa Cup of Nations.
Some fans of the Black Stars wanted Jordan Ayew and Andre Ayew dropped from the Black Stars, blaming the brothers for Ghana AFCON disaster.
However, their senior brother, Rahim Ayew responded to the critics on Adom TV, stating they are unbothered by the criticisms and will continue to serve the nation.
Ayew brothers committed to Black Stars
Earlier, SportsBrief.com reported that, Fiifi Tackie, the spokesperson of the Ayew family, has denied reports that Black Stars duo, Andre and Jordan, have quit the Black Stars.
The Ayew brothers have been heavily criticised for Ghana's early exit from the Africa Cup of Nations in Cameroon, with many laying the blame at their doorsteps.
And Wednesday reports went rife in the West African country that, the brothers have retired from the national team.
Source: Sports Brief News