Ayew makes Premier League history

English Premier League

Ghana striker Jordan Ayew made Premier League history when he netted for Crystal Palace in their 2-0 win over AFC Bournemouth on Saturday.

Ayew, 28, netted his ninth goal of the season to help Palace move into ninth and just four points off fifth-placed Manchester United with eight rounds of fixtures remaining.

Scroll through the gallery above to see the highest-scoring Ghanaians in PL history

However, his 23rd-minute strike proved much more significant than helping Roy Hodgson's side to three points as he moved ahead of legendary compatriot Tony Yeboah as the highest-scoring Ghanian in the league's history.

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With 25 goals achieved in 129 matches, he surpassed the former Leeds United star, who scored 24 in 47 games, whilst he's now also on course to break a club record held by Andy Johnson.

Ayew's goals have directly contributed to 14 points for the London-based side this season, leaving him just one point behind Johnson's record, which he achieved in the 2004/05 season.

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