Date: 24th March 2016 at 6:52pm
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Name: Modou Barrow
Position: Winger
Goal: Bournemouth vs SWANSEA – March 12, 2016

24th October 2015 - Barclays Premier League - Aston Villa v Swansea City - Kieran Richardson of Aston Villa holds Modou Barrow of Swansea City on the ground - Photo: Paul Roberts / Offside.

Barrow’s strike against Bournemouth is his only Premier League goal in 30 appearances.

The Gambia winger has only scored two goals for Swansea City since joining the Premier League club back in August 2014, including just the one this season, but it was undoubtedly a cracker.

Other than Andre Ayew’s clever backheel effort against AFC Bournemouth in November, which comes a close second in our Goal of the Season award conclusion, the Swans haven’t scored too many glamorous goals so far this campaign as the Welsh outfit currently lie ten points above the division’s drop zone.

But rewind back to the reverse fixture against the Cherries earlier this month, Barrow’s temporary equaliser at the Vitality Stadium was something to savour for the away fans, who have now witnessed three victories in their last four league meetings.

After picking up the ball from Leroy Fer on the right flank, the 23-year-old produced a skilful step over manoeuvre to weave his way past one Bournemouth player, before skipping past another and expertly curling the ball into the bottom corner from the edge of the penalty box.

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