An inspired comeback saw Ghana rally from 2-0 down for a 4-2 win over Tunisia in their African Cup of Nations warm-up match in Abu Dhabi.
Two goals by Issam Jemaa put the Tunisians ahead before the black stars scored four times in the second half for their second confidence-boosting win following a 3-0 victory over Egypt last week.
Jemaa pounced on mistakes from Ghana’s defence to score in the 16th minute and then a neat finish put them 2-0 up just after halftime.
The ghanian comeback began with defender Boye heading home in the 56th to make it 2-1.
Wakaso scored from a penalty six minutes later, Gyan made it 3-2 to the stars on a counterattack and Adomah got his first goal for Ghana four minutes from the end to round up the victory.