Striker Derek Asamoah
celebrated his recall to Ghana's squad with the winning goal as
they beat Gabon 2-1 in a friendly at Saint-Leu-la-Foret in the
suburbs of Paris on Tuesday.
The 30-year-old former Northampton Town striker, who now
plays in South Korea, scored with a last-gasp header to mark his
return to the national side for the first time in three years.
A second string Ghana side led after a 12th minute penalty
converted by Emmanuel Agyemang Badu but Gabon were level on the
stroke of half-time through Eric Mouloungui, who headed home a
free-kick from Stephane Nguema.
Both sides were preparing for next year's African Nations
Cup finals where Gabon are co-hosts and Ghana are among the
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