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Andre Ayew: Ghana star strikes first goal for Al Sadd in Qatari Stars League

The forward netted his maiden league goal for The Boss against Qatar SC

Ghana commander Andre Ayew opened his scoring account in the Qatari Stars League as Al Sadd fought against eminent loss to beat Qatar SC 3-1 on Thursday.

The winger’s second-half exertion drew his club level before two late objectives guaranteed an away triumph for Xavi Hernandez’s outfit in the matchday two installation.

It was his second game in the association, having made his introduction in their 2-0 first day of the season win over Al Sailiya.

Thursday’s three focuses have sent Al Sadd joint-top of the association table, sitting close by Al Duhail.

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Sebastian Soria broke the gridlock for Qatar in the 39th moment, sending the hosts into the break with an objective benefit.

A brief time after the hour mark, Ayew hit back for visiting Al Sadd, crashing into the case from the right prior to twisting a shot past goalkeeper Jasem Adel Al Hail.

Brazilian midfielder Guilherme then, at that point scored in the 78th moment to place The Boss in front interestingly, before Algeria striker Baghdad Bounedjah struck on 83 minutes to seal the triumph.

“I’m content with the outcome. We played a brilliant match against a decent group. We figured out how to return with our person in the subsequent half, and this is the thing that we generally need,” Al Sadd mentor Xavi, prestigious for his adventures with Spanish monsters Barcelona during his playing days, said after the game, as his club’s official website reported.

“We utilized a great deal of players and everybody is performing brilliantly, yet we should play with a similar presentation all through the match.

“We should deal with the recuperation of the players, in anticipation of the match against Al Rayyan. We are exceptionally amped up for the Qatari Clasico. It will be a troublesome counterpart without a doubt, however my group is going through acceptable minutes.”

Ayew joined Al Sadd as a free specialist in July, writing a two-year sustainable agreement subsequent to leaving Championship outfit Swansea City.

His objective is a joy for Ghana fans who will depend on his work for their impending 2022 World Cup qualifying doubleheader against Zimbabwe one month from now.

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