Skipper of the Black Stars, Asamoah Gyan has commended the team after defeating Japan in an International friendly on Wednesday.
In his absence, Thomas Partey led the side and scored the opener with a sublime free-kick.
Levante UD’s forward Emmanuel Boateng scored the second from the spot on his international debut.
Meanwhile, Asamoah Gyan, who is in the country and watch the game between Liberty Professionals and Kumasi Asante Kotoko at the Carl Reindorf park on Wednesday shared his excitement in the team’s win.
“We all want the team to win games and so when we travel and win games like that everybody becomes happy,” he said. “Although I didn’t watch the game I was following via live reports,” he added.
“At the end of the day we won and we are all happy so we have to encourage the boys for the next game so they can win again.”
The former Sunderland forward also explained reasons for his absence, citing personal reasons for his unavailability in the squad.
“There were a lot of things that I had to do so I called the management to ask permission and it was granted and at the end of the day, we needed new players into the team.”
“There are a lot of players that are doing well outside the country and we had to test them and they all came and did well in the friendly,” he said.
Ghana will play Iceland on June 7th in another International friendly.