Dreams FC head coach Winfred Dormon is pleased with the output of his charges in their 2-1 win over Medeama SC in the Ghana Premier League week 2 encounter at Dawu on Sunday.
The home side needed a late penalty from winger Issah Ibrahim to amass all the three points and their boss has lauded them for being resilient even when Medema grabbed the equalizer.
“A big team performance from my lads. You deserved my commendation but we still have plenty to correct going forward. Big respect to Medeama, you gave us close contest.” Dormon stated after the game.
Dreams FC are now having four points from two games and will travel to Nzema on Sunday to face Karela United.