Ghanaian international, Laryea Kingston returned from injury to feature for his club Hearts, in the Scottish Premiership after four months out through injury.
He was one of four changes to the starting line-up, which include Marius Zaliukas, Deividas Cesnauskis and Michael Stewart.
The Ghanaian midfielder played in the crucial clash against Falkirk which ended goalless over the weekend.
Laryea last played for the club on December 1, 2007 before being hit by two injuries.
The influential midfielder will be key to the Tynecastle side's hopes for a top six finish as he returns from a foot injury picked up during the 2008 African Cup of Nations.
His return is a major boost for Ghana's coach, Claude Le Roy, ahead of his side's friendly clash against Mexico.
Kingston has been included in Ghana's 18-man squad announced by Claude Le Roy for tomorrow's friendly with Mexico at the Craven Cottage in London.
The game against the Mexicans will be the first for the Black Stars since winning bronze at the Nations Cup.
For Ghana, the international friendly is a warm-up for the qualifiers for the 2010 World Cup in South Africa and Angola 2010 Nations Cup.
By Kenneth Yankah