Accra Hearts of Oak picked what could be described as important away points to maintain their top four and the premier league title chase.
The Phobians defeated Bechem United 1-0 at the Nana Fosu Gyeabour Park in match day 24 on Wednesday.
A superb solo finish by creative midfielder, Salifu Ibrahim on the 72nd minute ensured the 20 time Ghana champions earned all three to consolidate their points build up.
Hearts of Oak head coach, Samuel Boadu said he read the game well which helped his side beat the Hunters.
“Being the coach, you must read the game, where there are loopholes you have to bring somebody to fill that position.
“Those that we brought them in, we told them they shouldn’t relax at the back.
“They should always focus and play attacking football and that helped us to get that goal,” Samuel Boadu said.
On whether Hearts of Oak have the aim to break the trophy drought this season, the former Medeama coach added.
“Hearts of Oak is playing match after match.
“Hearts of Oak don’t have competition with any club.
“We are doing our own thing but one thing I believe is that we want to win every match that we will play.” Samuel Boadu said.
The Phobians remain second on the league log with 40 points, same as third and fourth place clubs, Medeama and Great Olympics.
The 2000 CAF Champions League winners however have a superior goal difference to the two clubs.
They will next play Elmina Sharks on Sunday, May 16.