Accra Hearts of Oak returned to winning ways on match week 23 against strugglers, King Faisal in the 2020/21 Ghana premier league on Sunday.
The Phobians came into the Faisal game bruised from their 2-0 defeat at Dawu Park to Dreams FC in match day 22.
The first half of the game produced no goals with the 20-time Ghana champions breaking the deadlock from Kojo Obeng Junior’s 57th minute tap in.
The 2000 CAF Champions League winners got their second goal with two minutes to full time from the boot of substitute, Daniel Afriyie Barnieh.
Notwithstanding the 2-0 win in Accra, Hearts coach, Samuel Boadu believes his squad still has a lot to learn.
“In football situation, sometimes little things could make you lose points.
“But we are working hard on the grounds and I believe the boys are learning but we [players and technical team]have not finished learning.
“We shall make mistakes and correct them.
“But the way forward is what we are looking at in order for changes to happen so we go back to the glory days.” Samuel Boadu said.
Hearts of Oak return to 4th on the league table with 37 points from 23 matches.
The race in the top four looks tight with Kotoko, Medeama and Great Olympics following in chronological order on the league standing.
Matches for week 24 return on Wednesday in a mid-week action.