Hearts of Oak recorded their first win of the Ghana premier league campaign after recording a 3-0 victory against Dreams FC on Sunday.
The Phobians has come under pressure from fans to deliver having taken just two points from a possible nine ahead of the Dreams clash.
Kosta Papic’s men began the match from the first whistle going close to score the game’s in the opening minutes but had to wait until the 38th minute to score.
Patrick Razak’s blistering pace was vital in the buildup to the opener to set up Obeng Jnr to put Hearts 1-0 at the break.
Both teams returned from recess with everything to play for but yet again it was the Phobians who looked the hungrier side.
It took just three minutes into the second half to double Hearts of Oak’s lead. Michel Sarpong tapped in from close range after Manaf Umar corner kick was headed into his path.
The host continued to dominate proceedings as Dreams FC struggled to break through the Hearts defensive pair of Mohammed Alhassan and Robert Addo.
However, with just a minute to the 90th-minute mark, Michel Sarpong recorded his second of the match after steering Benjamin Afutu’s header to the far right corner for Hearts of Oak’s third of the evening.
Seven minutes of additional time could do nothing to the fortunes of the Still Believe side who will depart the Capital ended handed.
The results meant Hearts will move to 6th on the league table, same points as Dreams but with a superior goal difference.