Black Stars skipper, Andre Ayew, lasted the entire duration but could not help Swansea City escape defeat in the hands of Brentford in the Championship on Tuesday.
The Ghanaian winger who has become an integral part of Steve Cooper’s plans since returning from his loan spell with Turkish side, Fernabahce, played an important role but his presence could not intimidate Brentford from beating Swansea City 3-0.
Goals from Said Benrama - assisted by South Africa’s Kamohelo Mokotjo, Bryan Mbeumo and an own goal by Jake Bidwell gave Thomas Frank’s side the maximum points in their championship game.
Swansea City are now seventh on the 24 teams league log with 22 points from the 13 games played so far while West Brom are leading with 26 points.
The defeat means the Swans have won just a game in their last five matches pushing them further down the promotion zone.
Despite that the Ghanaian winger managed to record some impressive statistics where he made four shots (all off-target) and was said to have made 56 touches on the ball.
He was also able to make five successful dribbles and recorded 30 total passes at an accuracy of 80%.