Jamal Lowe, the Swansea City striker who has played just once for Jamaica, continued his incredible scoring spree with the opening goal in the 2-0 success at Darren Moore’s relegation-threatened Sheffield Wednesday today (13 April).
Lowe capitalised on a defensive error to put Swansea ahead on the half-hour mark, with Jay Fulton’s 73rd-minute header sealing maximum points. The Welsh side have now moved closer to the two automatic promotion places to the English Premier League (EFL).
The Swans currently lie just seven points behind second-placed Watford with only five Championship matches remaining, and travel to the outer London club for their final game of the campaign.
Former Reggae Boy Moore, who had missed Wednesday’s past three matches following a positive test for Covid-19, saw 26-year-old Lowe break the deadlock in an evenly contest opening half. Swansea’s leading scorer Andre Ayew unselfishly squared the ball to Lowe, who confidently fired past goalkeeper Keiren Westwood.
Lowe, who was playing at semi-professional level until he joined Portsmouth for the 2016-17 campaign, was called up by Jamaica for last month’s exhibition match against the United States in Austria and scored an outrageously cheeky goal in their 4-1 defeat.
While Lowe was left beaming after Swansea’s latest victory, Wednesday head coach Moore looked unhappy as his club are staring at relegation to League One and lie seven points adrift of safety with seven games remaining to save their status.
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