Dreams FC paid Hearts of Oak in their own coin with a sweet revenge in Dawu on Sunday.
The Still Believe Boys shocked the Phobians 2-0 in match-day 22 of the 2020/21 Ghana premier league.
Coming from a backdrop of a 1-1 draw at Karela United in match day 21, the Phobians were looking to carry the day to keep up with the pace of the title race.
The hopes of the 20-time premier league holders were dashed after halftime.
Ali Huzaif jumped higher to head past Hearts defence which they failed to clear before the youngster followed up with a strike to slot home Dreams FC’s opener on the 51st minute.
The Phobians were dealt a big blow when six minutes into the second half, Nuru Sulley was given the matching off orders after sending a poor tackling on Dreams FC winger, Emmanuel Ocran.
Hearts of Oak failed to pull parity with Dreams FC producing a resilient performance.
The Phobians numerical disadvantage took a toll on the Phobians with Dreams FC holding to the slim lead into the dying embers of the game.
On the 93rd minute, the home side saw Sylvester Simba come through with a solo effort to double their lead to further plunge the Phobians into more misery.
The 2-0 win means Dreams FC have now gathered 34 points from 22 matches.
They have now moved into 5th position on same points as Hearts of Oak in 4th and Karela in 6th.
The win was equally a sweet revenge for Dreams FC who lost 3-0 to the Phobians in the first round.