Jordon Ayew has overtaken his senior brother, Andre Ayew, to become the second-highest Ghanaian scorer in English Premier League, ABC News can report.
After a jerky start to his stay in England, which saw him come under criticisms at Crystal Palace, Jordan Ayew has picked up a decent goal-scoring form this season netting 6 goals.
This takes his tally of goals in the league to 22 in 121 matches played.
He now sits two goals away from top placed, Anthony Yeboah, who scored 24 goals in 47 appearances during his time at Leeds United in the Premier League.
Jordan Ayew gave his side, Crystal Palace something to take away from the game against Arsenal with his goal that drew them level.
Andre Ayew follows in 3rd place as highest scoring Ghanaian with 21 goals in 89 appearances.
The top 5 is completed by former Chelsea midfielder, Micheal Essien who has 17 goals in 168 appearances and General Captain of the Black Stars, Asamoah Gyan with 10 goals in 34 Premier League appearances.