GPL Week 8: Boah scores late brace as Dreams beat Dwarfs

Dreams FC managed to beat Ebusua Dwarfs 2-0 at the Theatre of Dreams in a Ghana Premier League matchday 8 encounter.

Despite having chunk share of possession in the opening half, Dreams FC were unable to make it count on the scoresheet as they were held to a goalless draw by a well-determined Dwarfs side.

The first half ended goalless as both sides were unable to break the deadlock.

In the 79th minute, Boah eluded his marker to sneak home the initiative for the hosts to send their sizable fans at Dawu Theatre of Dreams Park into frenzy mood.

The hosts didn’t sit back as they continued to attack for the insurance goal.

Dreams FC indeed got their wish on the 90th-minute mark after Boah popped up again with another strike.

It is the first win in six attempts by the Still Believe Boys.

The victory takes them above Dwarfs to 14th on the log with 9 points.

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