Wilfried Bony

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  • Info Wilfried Guemiand Bony (born 10 December 1988) is an Ivorian football striker who currently plays for Swansea City in the Premier League and the Ivory Coast national football team.
  • In the second half, substitute Wilfried Bony equalised with a low right foot finish after Gervinho's pass from the left.
  • Arsenal started the match conceding a goal after a Wilfried Bony header.
  • In just several games he's become an influential winger for Vitesse, assisting Wilfried Bony with great accurate crosses.
  • He made his second substitute appearance against Burnley on 23 August, implying that there will be competition between him and Wilfried Bony, not partnership like originally planned.
  • Wilfried Bony almost won the game late on but his shot was cleared off the line by Ryan Shawcross as Stoke were thankful to come away with a point.
  • Although he did not score, he had a chance to equalise when his team was 2-1 down and earned applause from both sets of fans, when he was replaced by Wilfried Bony.
  • The next game, Holenda scored another goal and provided assist for Wilfried Bony in a 4-0 win over Zbrojovka Brno eight days later.
  • In their first group match against Japan, he provided two assists which resulted in two goals from Wilfried Bony and Gervinho, overcoming their opponents with a 2-1 win.
  • Against Swansea, Novak headed home after 15 minutes, but this time Birmingham's inability to consolidate a lead was punished by half-time substitute Wilfried Bony's two goals.
  • However, Ivory Coast came back with two goals in two minutes in the second half, first Wilfried Bony headed in from Serge Aurier's cross from the right from six yards, followed by a Gervinho header from six yards from another cross from Aurier on the right.
  • He made his competitive debut in the opening match of the season on 16 August, replacing Wilfried Bony for the last 13 minutes of an eventual 2-1 win over Manchester United at Old Trafford.
  • On November 3, Renato curved a beautiful cross for Wilfried Bony's second goal in a 2-0 away win against AFC Ajax, ending their unbeaten run in all competitions.
  • Wilfried Bony was sent off in the 39th minute courtesy of two yellow cards, but Swansea managed to stay in the game until the 80th minute, before Victor Wanyama scored the only goal of the game to give Southampton a 1-0 win.