Marseille playmaker Andre Ayew has hit back at Lorient key midfielder Gregory Bourillon who implied that the Ghana international is not disciplined.
Bourillon slammed the Ghana international after the latter was sent off during the match between the two sides last week.
Ayew was sent off near the end of last week?s match claiming he attempted to separate players from both sides who were fighting but Lorient said Ayew was at the heart of the fight.
Bourillon suggested that French football fraternity was not surprised by the sending off of Ayew because of his disciplinary record.
?The attitude of Andre Ayew? We know the Ayew brothers. We are no longer surprised,? Bourillon said when asked about the red card given to Ayew.
The Ghana international quickly took to Twitter to hit back at Bourillon implying that the Lorient player is seeking fame with his attack.
?Who is Gregory Bourrillon?,? Ayew tweeted in response.
Ayew was banned for one match for the incident that saw him being sent off in the match between Marseille and Lorient.
He avoided a four-match ban as he was not found guilty of violent conduct.
The Ghana international escaped severe punishment in France after being been banned for one match following the red card in their match against Lorient last weekend.
The 23-year-old, who plays for Marseille, was shown a straight red during last weekend?s 1-0 win at Lorient.
Ayew alongside Lorient goalkeeper Fabien Audard were sent off as tempers flared among both sets of players.
The Ghanaian international was spared the maximum four-match suspension as the Disciplinary Committee accepted his argument that he was no violent.
He said he was only trying to separate the ensuing brawl and calm down tempers at the Stade Yves Allainmat-Le Moustoir.
Ayew was not involved in Marseille?s French Lique 1 game against Bastia.