Dreams FC began the new season with a victorious start, securing a hard-fought win against newcomers Nations FC in the Ghana Premier League.
Ebenezer Adade’s early goal proved decisive as the hosts claimed a valuable three points on their home turf.
Dreams FC wasted no time in asserting their dominance, with Adade opening the scoring just ten minutes into the match.
Nations FC came close to equalizing just two minutes later when Barima Baah’s effort was expertly parried away by Dreams FC goalkeeper Solomon Agbasi.
Agbasi continued to shine, making another remarkable save to thwart Baah, who was lively in the early stages of the game.
The hosts were fortunate to enter halftime with their first-half lead intact.
Despite appearing fatigued from their participation in continental football, Dreams FC raised their level after the break.
Substitutions were made as Amadou Diarra and Emmanuel Boateng were replaced by Ishmael Antwi and Asamoah Boateng as the visitors sought an equalizer.
Antwi had a golden opportunity to level the score for Nations FC, but his header in the final minute narrowly missed the target, ensuring Dreams FC held on to secure all three points in a hard-fought contest.