Me and my brother are committed to Black Stars till the end- Jordan Ayew

Black Stars forward Jordan Ayew says he and older brother, Andre Dede Ayew’s commitment to the Ghana’s National Men’s Football Team remains resolute and both are committed to the Black Stars course till the end.

Jordan Ayew said this in an interview following Ghana’s 2-1 loss to Nigeria in an international friendly game played in Morocco ahead of the Black Stars friendly game against Uganda on March 26 at 16:00 GMT.

The younger Ayew scored from the penalty spot in the 95th minute for Ghana’s consolation against Nigeria. The goal is Jordan’s 23rd goal for Ghana.

“God has given us the opportunity to represent Ghana the best way as possible. We are really committed till the end. For we, it’s always an honour to represent and we will always fight for our colours.”

Black Stars captain Dede Ayew in action against Mozambique Photo Courtesy: CAF

The Ayew brothers have made over 200 combined caps for Ghana’s Black Stars with both players playing in at least two FIFA World Cups.

Ghanaian striker #09 Jordan Ayew (C) shoots to score against Crystal Palace at Goodison Park (Photo by PAUL ELLIS/AFP via Getty Images)

Both played in Ghana’s 2023 AFCON campaign that ended in a first round exit.

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