Both Jordan and Andre Ayew found the net as Ghana secured their place in the last four of the Africa Cup of Nations.
Jordan’s opener was cancelled out by former Tottenham trainee Paul-Jose M’Poku, before Andre slotted home from the penalty spot in the closing stages.
After a cagey first period, it took a piece of individual brilliance from Jordan Ayew to spring the game into life.
A perfect touch took him away from the challenge of the defender to allow him the space to curl a succulent effort into the top corner from 18 yards.
But he was soon outdone. M’Poku let rip from 30 yards just five minutes later and spectacularly levelled the game.
levelled the game.
DR Congo should have had another boost too, as Leicester’s Daniel Amartey somehow avoided a red card for a shocking tackle from behind.
It proved to be a let off for Ghana.
They went straight down the other end after the handbags were put away, with Christian Atsu tripped in the box.
Andre Ayew stepped up and secured the victory with a coolly taken effort.
Ghana will now face off against Cameroon for a place in the final.