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Players Abroad of Sunday, 29 October 2017


Andre Ayew sends Slaven Bilic a message with new found form

Andre Ayew scored a goal of the season contender at Selhurst Park when the Hammers drew 2-2 with Crystal Palace and in turn send a message to boss Slaven Bilic.

Ayew scored his 3rd goal in two games after picking a ball from Fernandez and running through to score what was the second for the Claret and Blues before they eventually collapsed to draw the game.

The Ghanaian was the inspiration behind a come from behind win against Tottenham Hotspurs in mid-week during the Carabao Cup.

He scored two goals at Wembley to become only the first West Ham United player to have scored two goals at Wembley for West Ham United.

Ayew’s overall performance has been impressive with his meters covered higher than any West Ham United in the period.

His goal against Palace also means he has been involved in more goals than any player under Bilic since 2016 scoring 11 and assiting 5.

His renewed form will be a shining light for Bilic who is hanging on to his job by the skin of the teeth.