Ghana striker Jordan Ayew travelled to Wales to support his former club Swansea City take on Cardiff City in the English Championship on Sunday.
The striker was in the away end as the Swans shared the spoils 0-0 in the South Wales derby.
Jordan offered his support to the team and his senior brother Andre Ayew - who lasted the entire duration.
The 28-year-old had scored in the Premier League a day before to help Crystal Palace secure a 1-1 stalemate against Arsenal.
The goal was his second against the Gunners this season. He is the first Palace player since John Craven in 1972 to score home and away against Arsenal in a single season.
Jordan scored 12 goals in two seasons for the Welsh club.