Dreams coach Vladislav Viric is pleased with his team’s outing in the 2-0 triumph against Hearts of Oak on Sunday.
The Believers broke the deadlock in the 53rd minute through Ali Huzaif and Sylvester Simba added the second late in the game.
Viric, speaking to reporters after the win, asserted that teamwork and discipline won the game for them.
“We won because of team work. Two good teams and we knew it was going to be a 50-50 game. My players had to suffer sometimes.
“We were fully aware of the struggles in some moments but I asked them to let Hearts struggle too. To show confidence and push forward.
“At the back too we defended well, they have fine attackers and having a clean sheet is so good. Great game for us and the fans.”
Dreams are 5th in the Ghana Premier League, heading into match-day 23 against Asante Kotoko at Obuasi.