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Hearts beat Dreams FC to move to third on the league log.

Hearts of Oak climbed to third place in the Ghana Premier League with a 3-1 home win over stubborn Dreams FC.

Barnieh opened the scoring in the early minutes of the game before Seidu Suraj slotted in a beautiful one past goal keeper Augustine Koomson to make it 2 for the phobians in the first half. Whiles living in that moment Dreams FC pulled a goal back in the first half through a penalty at the nick of time after Mohammed Alhassan pulled his opponent down in the box to gift the visitors a penalty.

Hearts' early intensity waned in the second half as Coach Boadu decided to play a low pressing football in order to prevent any penetration from the Dreams’ lads who were gaining confidence at the start of the second half.

Hearts may not be within reach of clinging the top spot at the moment but the gradual gathering of points and the kind of play being displayed lately gives fans some relief and continue to demand that the team plays better till the end of the league season. 

Hearts made it three after man of the match, Benjamin Yorke dashed down the left side of the field and flipped in a cross into the box of Dreams FC which was headed into the net by Dreams’ captain Jalilu to give Hearts an advantage. 

Hearts managed to play out the game after scoring three goals and bagging all three points to move to third position. 

Hearts will meet Dreams in the semifinals match of the MTN FA Cup match on the 14th of May at the same venue.