Swansea F.C. lost at home by a lone goal (0-1) to Millwall F.C. on Saturday, but both sides had big chances soon after, with Dede Ayew’s drilled effort being punched away by Bialkowski before Ben Wilmot threw himself in front of Connor Mahoney’s shot as Millwall broke at the other end.
Already involved in five goals in his last eight appearances for the Swans, Andre Dede Ayew lead the Swans attack.
He had two shots (one on target and one off-target), two dribbles, 56 touches and 27 accurate passes (81.8%). He was impressive defensively too, although his efforts weren’t rewarded.