The younger of the Ayew brothers, Jordan scored the winner in added-on time to seal a vital win for the Black Stars, in the warm-up game ahead of their Day Two Africa Cup of Nations Gabon 2017 qualifier against Rwanda on Saturday, 5 September 2015 in Kigali.
With key players such as captain Asamoah Gyan and Andre Ayew on the bench, the Ghanaians led at half time courtesy a brace from Richmond Boakye Yiadom to stun the host crowd.
Boakye Yiadon opened the scores on 13 minutes with a shot that beat Congo goalie Christoffer Mafoumbi before doubling the lead five minutes later.
After recess, Congo coach Claude Le Roy brought on the likes of Moise Nkounkou, Kader Bidimbou and Junior Makiesse, all members of his U-23 squad for the impending African Games Brazzaville 2015 and their presence paid off.
On 59 minutes, an Nkounkou corner kick met the head of Marvin Baudry to cut the lead before Hardy Binguila in the dying embers of the game.
Mafoumbi pulled some superb saves to deny Gyan and Andre before Jordan settled matter at the death (90+4 minutes) with a stunning shot that left Mafoumbi with no option.