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22:56 GMT 11/02/2020
The Ghanaian forward played on as the Swans failed to make home advantage count
The Swans came into this game on the back of a painful 3-2 home defeat to Derby County at the weekend, and therefore needed to make amends.T
That however was impossible with the Rs rearguard keeping Ayew and company at bay.
— Swansea City AFC (@SwansOfficial) February 11, 2020
Despite the absence of goal activity, the Ghana international still contributed 37 touches, while is 88% passing accuracy was the third highest in the Swans squad.
The former West Ham United man also had 100% success in his dribbles and won two of five aerial duels.
Swansea remain in ninth spot on the table and the gap to the promotion playoff places could further widen should Bristol City and Preston North End claim victories against Derby and Stoke City respectively on Wednesday night.