Ex-Portsmouth, Wigan and Swansea ace Jamal Lowe's remarkable rise continues with goal on the international stage
Former Pompey favourite Jamal Lowe's remarkable rise continued on the international stage last night.
The winger was handed his maiden call-up to the Jamaica squad as reward for his impressive form during Swansea s Championship promotion push this season.
And earning his first cap, Lowe was on target for the Reggae Boyz in their 4-1 loss against the USA in Austria.
The ex-Wigan man's fine 70th-minute finish represented another incredible landmark for someone who was playing non-league football less than five years ago.
Lowe was signed by Pompey from Hampton & Richmond Borough in January 2017. Only three months later, he scored the goals that secured Paul Cook's side League Two promotion in a 3-1 win at Notts County.
He also bagged for the Blues in the Checkatrade Trophy final triumph over Sunderland at Wembley in 2019.
Lowe's two-and-a-half-year stay at Fratton Park came to a close in July 2019 when he departed for Wigan for a fee of around £2.5m. In total, he scored 30 goals in 119 appearances for Pompey.
The Harrow-born ace bagged 10 times in his sole season at the DW Stadium before he was sold to Swansea last summer for a cut-price fee after the Latics entered administration.
And he's been a key player as the south Wales outfit bid for the Premier League.
Lowe has scored 10 goals in 41 games, with the Swans currently sitting third in the table.