The forward has now scored three goals in his last six games for club and country.
The Aston Villa striker sat out a training session earlier in the week after the 0-0 draw in the away leg of this seemingly easy fixture.
But yesterday it was confirmed the Villa man was fighting fit and ready to play the game, which has proved to be good for the Black Stars - and hopefully Villa.
He scored Ghana's second goal of the day earlier, as they earned a victory over Comoros, with former Celtic man Wakaso Mubarak scoring the first.
He would have scored better looking goals in his career. After a goalmouth scramble on a horridly damp and cut up Baba Yara Stadium in Kumasi he plucked the ball from the air, took on two defenders and smashed the ball into the back of the Comoros net.
Ayew had a slow start to his Villa career but he has recently scored against both Tottenham Hotspur and Swansea City. This goal takes his tally to three goals this season and hopefully he can carry on that form when he returns to Villa Park this week.