Hearts of Oak captain, Fatawu Mohammed says, the playing body is bent on correcting its mistake ahead of their week five outstanding clash against Berekum Chelsea.
The right back earlier admitted that, they went into a momentary sleep which allowed Dreams FC to dictate their week 10 clash in Dawu on Saturday.
The Phobians were let off the hook in the dying minutes of added time at the Theatre of Dreams by a substitute, Salim Adams’ equalizer.
Daniel Afriyie Barnieh had sent the 2000 CAF Champions League winners ahead on the 28th minute but Issah Ibrahim was gifted with the equalizer for Dreams FC on the 44th minute.
Youngster, Ishmael Dede found the lead at 2-1 for the “Still Believe” Boys on the 81st minute but Salim Adams will save the Phobians’ day with the leveler.
Fatawu Mohammed at a post match press conference said: “In the first half, we were dictating the pace of the game.
“But when we returned for the second half, we went to sleep for a moment which changed the phase of the game.
“The most important thing is, we were able to comeback to get a draw,” Fatawu Mohammed said.
“With the away draw [to Dreams FC], we will go back to our tactical board and correct our mistakes for our next home match.
“We shall make sure that at the end of full time we shall claim the three points.” Fatawu Mohammed added.
Hearts of Oak have 10 points from seven games with three outstanding games against Berekum Chelsea, Asante Kotoko and Medeama.
Hearts will host former league champions, Berekum Chelsea in a week five outstanding game at the Cape Coast Stadium on December 29.