In-form Ghanaian trequartista – Jordan Ayew can do no wrong this season, and in the process he is building a list of goal of the season contenders, latest being his match-winning spectacular against Watford last Saturday.

The finish against the Hornets means Ayew’s goals have been worth 17 points to Roy Hodgson’s side this campaign, and also handed the striker his team-high 10th eToro Man of the Match.

Ayew received 28% of fans’ votes, however, James McCarthy, Vicente Guaita, Gary Cahill and Cheikhou Kouyaté each receivied a minimum of 12% of the votes, highlighting what an exceptional team performance the lads put in.

The Ghanaian attacker [Jordan] is enjoying the season of his life, breaking records upon records whiles scoring some breath-taking goals for the Eagles.

For instance, Jordan Ayew became only the second player in the history of Crystal Palace [in January 2020] to score Arsenal both home and away since John Craven did in the 1971/1972 season.