The Algeria U-23 side got held by Ghana to a 1-1 stalemate at the Stade du 19 Mai 1956 in the first leg of the final round of 2023 Africa U-23 Cup of Nations qualifiers.
The Warriors have already landed in Ghana ahead of the reverse fixture on Tuesday with the aim of acclimatizing quickly to the Ghanaian weather, the state of the pitch in order to get themselves well prepared and gelled for the game.
It was really an interesting and exciting first leg in Annaba with two goals and two penalties produced in the game. However, the talking and the bigger highlights was the puskas-like goal netted by Sporting CP youngster Abdul Fatawu Issahaku to break the deadlock.
He scored a golazo on the 85th minute after hitting straight from center into the roof of the post to give Ghana the lead.
Just and when the Meteors thought of winning, the host were given another penalty and was converted by Bekkouche Chemseddine to draw them back on level terms.
The Black Meteors have also landed in Accra already and will switch to Kumasi this afternoon to continue preparations for the second leg tie.
The return encounter will be staged at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium on Tuesday, March 28.
The winner of the tie will secure a ticket to the 2023 Africa U23 Cup of Nations in Morocco which serves as the qualifiers for African nations for the Olympics Games in 2024.