Ayew, whose contribution to the Swans attack has been terrific since manager Carlos Carvalhal took over from Paul Clement in December previous year, was given his marching orders by referee Michael Oliver following a horror tackle on Jonathan Hogg in the 10th minute of the game.
"I think it's a red card for both".
Jordan Ayew was earlier this week voted Swansea City Player for February after his displays in the month under review. I do not think I can ask for more.
"To be honest, he has played so many minutes and so many games that it's been beneficial for him for his body to take a break", Wagner said. This weekend they play against each other in a game which might determine many things in regards to the relegation battle.
The key talking point from the game was the dismissal of Jordan Ayew after just 11 minutes following a clash with Hogg.
Swansea go into the match in Yorkshire with just one defeat in their last 13 fixtures in all competitions and with an FA Cup quarter final to look forward to next weekend, a victory here would see them hosting Tottenham Hotspur in good spirits.
That moment prompted the home crowd to turn up the already-raucous atmosphere and there were calls for another Swansea red card less than 10 minutes later after Alfie Mawson heavily collided with Alex Pritchard, but the defender was let off with a yellow card. "I have seen the video footage which is clearly a red card for the right player".