Imani Ayew congratulates her brothers despite AFCON defeat

Imani Ayew congratulates her brothers despite AFCON defeat

- Imani Ayew congratulates her brothers Andre and Jordan Ayew despite their loss to Tunisia yesterday Monday July 8, 2019 in the on-going AFCON tournament

- She revealed how the family and their friends at East Legon was supporting them to win the game

- Imani heaped praise on her brothers' performance as she revealed that she is proud of them

Imani Ayew, junior sister of Black Stars captain Andre Dede Ayew and striker Jordan Ayew has hailed the performance of her brothers amid their loss to Tunisia in the round of 16 game.

According to the popular model, she is proud of them even though the team was kicked out of the tournament.

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In an Instagram post that was sighted by YEN.com.gh, Imani Ayew expressed joy at her brothers for playing in the Ghana national team.

"PROUD IS AN UNDERSTATEMENT. The whole house is rooting for you guys, in fact all your East Legon homies too," she wrote.

"Together forever ! My captain and to my top striker. Thank you Blackstars. Thank you ALLAH. And God bless our Homeland Ghana @andreayew10 @jordanayew9," she added.

After writing the encouraging message to her brothers, she posted a beautiful photo of the Ayew brothers when they were both playing for Swansea City.

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Her message followed the performance of captain Andre Dede Ayew and striker Jordan Ayew at the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations tournament going on in Egypt.

Jordan Ayew scored a total of three goals while Andre Ayew also scored one goal in the four matches played by the Black Stars.

Many pundits showered praise on the two especially in the first match against Benin when both of them scored.

Jordan was said to be spectacular in the tournament after performing well as Ghana's top striker in all the matches that were played.

However, Ghanaians have expressed their fury at the South African referee for what they termed as being bias against Ghana.

Referee Victor Gomes came under heavy criticism after disallowing Andre Ayew's goal with the excuse that the ball hit Thomas Partey's hand before he passed to Andre.

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Source: Yen.com.gh

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