Super packed Selhurst Park, was mute as visitors Swansea City left Crystal Palace hapless via goals from Nigeria’s Tammy Abraham and Ghana’s Jordan Ayew.
The two scored in either half of the game to ensure that Swansea are assured of their first victory of the season after failing on the first two counts.
On loan Chelsea striker, Tammy Abraham registered his name on the score sheet a minute before the end of the first half.
Jordan Ayew after impressing in the first half went round goalkeeper, Wayne Hennessy to slot in the second for Swansea City via the promptings of Kyle Nauthon. 2:0 the game ended.
Ayew has scored in two consecutive games since 2015, scoring against MK Dons in midweek giving manager, Paul Clement hopes ahead of the international break.
Jordan Ayew has replaced the Welsh side’s last season’s top scorer, Fernando Llorente, who is yet to recover from injury.
The 2:0 victory have pushed Swansea City to four points after three games – Crystal Palace are yet to secure a win after three games.