Dreams FC left the best of heir performance for last in the Special competition, with a 1-0 victory over Champions, Accra Hearts of Oak in the last group B match of the competition.
Both teams started the game on a slow note in a cloudy atmosphere, with the rains threatening to disrupt the game.
The weather condition took a great toll on the players who could hardly make the game impressive for the teeming fans who had paid to watch.
In the midst of the early exchanges, hearts of Oak, with 8 changes to their regular line up, became aggressive, and in the process initiated series of attacks to get the first goal.
Their aggressive approach moved Dreams FC to map out a strategy to neutralize the attacks of Kofi Kordzi, Kojo Obeng Jr, and Abubakar Traore of Hearts of Oak.
Sensing danger, coach Winfred Dormon tasked his side to resort to counter attacking,this proved good for his side when ISSAH Ibrahim latched unto a Samuel Alabi pass on the left flank, he won the one on one battle against Malik Akowuah, and shot straight into the chest of Goalkeeper Ben Mensah, he was however quick to hit the rebound shot into the jet for the first goal in the 30th minute.
Hearts of Oak, opened up further to get the equalizer, but their efforts were thwarted by the defence of Dreams FC to end the first half.
The second half looked more impressive as both teams intensified their approach to the game with Hearts of Oak looking the most hungrier of the two.
Daniel Kodie, and Malik Akowuah opened up play, serving their attackers with lots of balls, but the Dreams defence stood resolute.
Coach Kim Grant added energy and spice to his attack when he brought on Michel Sarpong and Joseph Esso for Abubakar Traore, and Kojo Obeng Jr.
The changes sis not cause muchnharm to Dreams FC whose defence stood their grounds to prevent any havoc from their opponents.
Dreams FC were also catapulted in midfield by Patrick Arthur, and Samuel Alabi, who worked extra hard on the day to contain and disrupt all the dangerous balls initiated by the Phobians.