The Ghana frontman scored the winner in the 2-1 victory at Charlton Athletic in midweek, and continued from there, opening proceedings from kick-off this time with a left-footed shot from close range.
⏰ 1' | 🦢 1-0 🔴— Swansea City AFC (@SwansOfficial) October 5, 2019
WHAT A START!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 🙌🙌🙌
The #Swans lead inside the opening 60 seconds as @AyewAndre slots in an empty net after @yandhanda's initial effort was parried by Federici.
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The Potters would go on to equalise in the 22nd minute via old Swan, Sam Clucas, before substitute Scott Hogan scored the winner at the death to gift Nathan Jones’ side all three points and their first Championship win this season.
Swansea have now dropped from top spot on the log to fourth, one point behind new leaders West Bromwich Albion.
Ayew played the entire 90 minutes and had two shots which were on target. He also made 34 passes with an accuracy of 76.5%.
Etebo also lasted the match for Stoke, recording five shots but none were on target. The Nigeria international was, however, the best passer in the Potters shirt with 47, and an accuracy of 80.9%.
Stoke are rooted to the bottom of the Championship table with five points from 11 games, losing eight times and drawing twice.
Swansea tackle Barnsley at Oakwell Stadium after the international break, while Stoke will host Fulham.