Ghana defeated West Africa neighbors, Liberia 3-1 in an international friendly at the Accra Sports Stadium on Tuesday.
The Black Stars, who qualified for the 2023 AFCON in Ivory Coast next year, used the game to test some fringe players on a rainy day.
Olympique Lyon forward, Ernest Nuamah shot the Black Stars ahead in the second half after the first department of the game had ended barren.
It was his second international goal after scoring against Central Africa Republic in the last AFCON qualifier at the Baba Yara Stadium.
West Ham United forward, Mohammed Kudus second the second for the Black Stars much to the joy of the sizable fans at the capital’s stadium.
With 81 minutes played, substitute Jonathan Sowah who made his Black Stars debut after clinching the Ghana Premier League title with Medeama, set up Jordan Ayew for Ghana’s 3rd goal.
Liberia managed to pull a consolation late in the game to peg the entire caboodle at 3-1.
The visitors used the game to keep fit ahead of their delayed final AFCON fixture against earthquake stricken Morocco.