Ghana international Jordan Ayew netted a brace as Crystal Palace strolled to victory against Leeds United in the English Premier League.
The Black Stars forward was handed a starting role and lasted 81 minutes before he was replaced by Jean-Philippe Mateta.
Ayew put up a splendid performance to help Crystal Palace beat Leeds United 5-1 at away in week 30 fixture of the English top-flight.
The home team shot into the lead through Patrick Bamford after 21 minutes into the much-anticipated clash.
Marc Guehi equalized for the visitors after connecting from Jeffery Schlupp’s assist as both teams went to recess with a goal apiece.
After the break, Jordan Ayew scored a brilliant header in the 53rd minute mark to put his side into the lead at the Elland Road. Two minutes later, Eberechi Eze found the back of the net to make 3-1 for Palace.
French international Odsonne Edouard extended Crystal Palace lead in the 69th minute before Jordan Ayew completed his double in the 77th minute to make 5-1 at the end of the game.
The Ghana international is enjoying a good run under new manager Roy Hodgson, who was reappointed after the sacking of former coach Patrick Vieira.
Ayew came off the bench and assisted the winning goal in stoppage time as Palace defeated Leicester City last weekend.
Meanwhile, Ayew’s compatriot, Jeffery Schlupp lasted 80 minutes and provided an assist to help his side to victory.