Hearts of Oak’s attacking midfielder, Salifu Ibrahim believes this is the time to keep winning if they must annex the league title.
The club’s coach, Samuel Boadu led the Phobians to beat his former side, Medeama SC 2-0 at the Accra Sports Stadium in match day 29 on Sunday.
With five games to end the 2020/21 season, the 20 times Ghana Champions lead rivals, Kotoko on 53 points with the Porcupines [50 points], set to play Inter Allies on Monday, June 15 at the Dawu Park.
Salifu Ibrahim wants successive wins to ensure Hearts win the elusive league title.
“This is the time we have to be grabbing the maximum [three points].
“Our determination ensured we beat Medeama.
“It was a tough game, a very tough side, not an easy match.
“But we put in a lot of strength that gave us the two goals.” Salifu Ibrahim said.
Ibrahim, 20 , scored Hearts of Oak’s opener on the 40th minute before Benjamin Afutu doubled the lead for the 2000 CAF Champions League winners in the second half.
The former Techiman Eleven Wonders midfielder won his 8th “man-of-the-match” award after he was adjudged the best player against Medeama.