Andre Ayew scored a fantastic goal to give Swansea the advantage in their Championship playoff semi-final first leg against Brentford on Sunday.
The Black Stars captain had earlier missed a penalty for the Swans as the Welsh side looked to take an important lead into the second leg.
With the game seemingly heading to a stalemate Ayew pounced on some great build-up play from Gallagher and Fulton to fire home a magnificent winner.
It sparked wild celebrations from the home players and fans who had scraped into the playoffs on goal difference.
Swansea were the better side in a very competitive encounter and got a chance to take the lead in the 64th minute when Jansson brought down Rhian Brewster in the box.
⏰ 81' | 🦢 0-0 🐝
GET IN THERE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!@AyewAndre fires us in front with a terrific volley following some great link-up play between Gallagher and Fulton!
— Swansea City AFC (@SwansOfficial) July 26, 2020
Ayew’s penalty was however saved by Brentford keeper, Raya who dived the right way.
Swansea were given a huge boost when Brentford were reduced to 10 men after Henry was sent off for a dangerous tackle.
The Swans piled on the pressure as they went close through Guehi and Gallagher before Ayew’s half-volley in the 81st minute.