On Saturday Jamaican international Jamal Lowe scored for the second consecutive week for his club Swansea City.
This time, his undeniable talent was on full display in a Championship clash against Millwall at The Den in south-east London.
The 29-year-old Lowe wasted no time in asserting his influence on the game, calmly converting a 23rd-minute penalty.
The early goal set the stage for Swansea’s dominant performance on the pitch.
Lowe’s recent form has been nothing short of impressive since his season-long loan move from Bournemouth earlier this month.
When Jerry Yates was fouled by Millwall’s center back Jake Cooper, Lowe stepped up to the spot and beat Polish goalkeeper Bartosz Białkowski, marking his second successful penalty in as many weeks.
But Lowe wasn’t the sole architect of Swansea’s victory.
Matt Grimes added another goal to the tally in the 57th minute, and Mykola Kuharevich sealed the deal with a strike in the 79th minute.
The final result of 3-0 was a resounding victory for Swansea City, lifting them out of the bottom three and into the 19th place in the Championship standings with a total of nine points.
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