Black Meteors captain Isaac Twum says they will not be complacent ahead of the second leg of the Africa U23 Nations Cup qualifier.
Ghana placed themselves in a good position to make it to the next round of qualifiers after thumping their counterparts from Togo 5-1 in the first leg match in Kumasi on Tuesday.
The win gives the Black Meteors a massive advantage ahead of the reverse fixture in Lome.
Twum insist his side will remain resolute in the reverse encounter which comes off this weekend.
“I believe we did very well if you look at the circumstances we found ourselves in after the first half, ” Twum told Goal.
“When they equalised and we later missed the penalty, the pressure was mounting on us. The players did extremely well to keep their cool and that helped us to score four goals in the second half.
“We deserved this victory and I’m satisfied because it would help us make it to the next stage of the qualifiers. We will not be complacent in the return leg in Lome on Saturday, ” he added.
Ghana are hoping to make it to the U23 AFCON for the first time since its introduction in 2011.
By Frank Darkwah