With Arsenal heading to what looked like a routine win against Crystal Palace, Jordan Ayew stepped up with a Man Of The Match performance and the equaliser as Palace earned a valuable point.
Jordan, on five Premier League goals prior to this weekend, was a nuisance in the first half but was still part of a Palace side that went into the break a goal down, courtesy Pierre Emerick Aubameyang’s strike.
However, he got the goal his commitment and desire deserved as his deflected effort found its way past Leno and into the back of the Arsenal net.
This was Jordan’s sixth goal of a hugely impressive Premier League season and his 22nd overall in Premier League history.
The strike took him past his own brother Andre, in the list of the highest-scoring Ghanaians in the Premier League, and only two behind Anthony Yeboah.
It also kept Palace above Arsenal in the league table.
See Jordan’s all-important strike below:
— Crystal Palace F.C. (@CPFC) January 11, 2020