Dreams FC came back from behind to record a 3-2 win over Vision FC at the Nii Amoah Okroamansah Park at Amrahia, in the Ghana National Division One Zone Three top liner on Saturday Afternoon.
A 93rd minute free kick by centre back Godfred Asante settled the game after Emmanuel Lomotey had netted from a similar spot in the 73rd minute.
Dreams FC did not settle in the game well from the start as the home side looked lively in the early stages and got the opener in the 7th minute through Jones Oppong who beautifully connected a free kick into the roof of the net.
Vision FC continued to pile pressure and scored again through Frank Oppong who headed home from a Dugu Gariba left-wing cross in the 17th minute.
Dreams stepped up their game and started initiating most of their attacks through the flanks where Rashid Sani and Daniel Adade were posing threats to their markers.
Emmanuel Lomotey seized the midfield and begun to spray passes to every corner of the field whilst he also surged forward to join the front three when needed.
Lomotey found enough space in the middle to locate Rashid Sani on the right with a delightful ball and the winger made no mistake by whipping in a cross which was tapped in by Daniel Adade in the 39th minute for Dreams FC first goal of the game.
The first half ended with Vision FC slightly on top of the game though both sides had exhibited great football.
Dreams FC came in the second half blazing from all angles for the equalizer, Michael Sarpong replaced the injured Daniel Adade as Dreams FC took control of the game.
Manager Charles Akonnor made his second substitution in the 65th minute bringing on George Dwubeng for Eli Keke who was having an unusual quiet day.
Emmanuel Lomotey who was proving dangerous in the middle delivered a fabulous 35-yard volley after controlling the ball on his chest but the Vision FC keeper saved his effort.
Dreams FC skipper Leonard Owusu was brought down in the 77th minute and Emmanuel Lomotey’s free kick from 25 yards went straight to the far left corner for the equalizer with the Vision FC keeper well beaten.
Manager Charles Akonnor brought on striker Aruna Ginaid for skipper Leonard Owusu in the 82nd in an effort to vary his tactics and it worked to perfection as Dreams FC pushed more men forward.
As the game looked destined to end in a draw, Dreams FC had a free kick in the middle after Emmanuel Lomotey was brought down and Godfred Asante powered in a thunderbolt from 30 yards which beat the Vision FC goalkeeper in the 93rd Minutes.
Dreams FC are now having 22 points having won seven games and drawn one and are still on top of Zone Three.
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