Andre Ayew disappointed after Fenerbahce’s Champions League exit

Andre Ayew - Fenerbache vs. Benfica, UCL qualifiers, August 15
The Yellow Canaries were dumped out of the top European competition by the Portuguese side much to the displeasure of the Ghana international

Andre Ayew has expressed his disappointment after Fenerbahce failed to progress to the playoff of the Champions League.

On Tuesday evening, the Yellow Canaries played a 1-1 stalemate with Benfica in front of their home fans as they were dumped out from the top European competition on 2-1 aggregate.

The summer signing who joined the Turkish side on loan from Swansea City played for the entire duration in the tie at the Sukru Saracoglu Stadium but could do little to help Phillip Cocu’s men avoid the early exit.

Following the frustration, the 28-year-old has taken to the social media to express his feeling on the game and has set his sight on their next outing.

“Not the results we were looking for, looking forward to the next game. Fantastic atmosphere as always,” Ayew posted on Instagram.

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Ayew will be looking forward to his third competitive game for Fenerbahce when they take on Yeni Malatyaspor on Saturday.