Black Meteors winger Evans Mensah has attributed Ghana’s second half performance in the U23 AFCON opener against Cameroon to hard work and determination.

The Black Meteors snatched a point in the game courtesy Habib Mohammed’s late strike to cancel out Junior Evina’s second half free kick.

Evans who won the man of the match admitted their slow start to the game but insisted hard work and determination got them back in the game.

“We started very poorly, but the most important thing is we managed to come back into the game.

“Things were not going on well in the first half because we struggled getting our rhythm, but we decided to play our normal game.

“We got our rhythm when we started playing our normal game and we came back to level even when we were down .

“Team work, hard work and determination got us back into the game.

“We’ve not lost anything so we keep moving,” he told the media after the game.