Derek Asamoah scored his debut goal to hand the Ghana a 2-1 win against Gabon on Tuesday in an international fixture.
The second half substitute nodded in on the stroke of full time at the Stade Municipal at Saint-Leu-la-Foret in the suburbs of Paris from a Derek Boateng cross as he made his international after three years.
Ghana went in front after 15 minutes when Agyemang Badu scored from the spot after a Ghanaian player had been felled in the box.
But the 2012 African Nations Cup co-hosts equalised before the break when Eric Moulongui headed home a free kick from Stephane Nguema and past Adam Kwarasey.
Charles Takyi and Jeffrey Schlupp were both handed their first senior caps as they came on as substitutes.
The game ended a busy year of international football ahead of the turn of the year.
Both sides were preparing for next year’s African Nations Cup finals where Gabon are co-hosts and Ghana among the favourites.