A stunning second-half Hearts of Oak fightback capped a fanstatic win as the Phobians came from 2-0 down to beat Inter Allies 3-2 at the Tema Stadium on Sunday.
Ibrahim Musah's second half brace in the last 10 minutes of the game ensured that Hearts of Oak remain top of the log and two points ahead of Wa All Stars, who the meet next in Accra.
Inter Allies looked to be coasting to victory at as goals from Frederick Boateng and Gockel Ahortor put them in the lead after the break.
However, Kenichi Yasuhachi's men never gave up and pulled one back through Isaac Mensah after 69 minutes.
The goal by Mensah started the Phobian comeback. And in the 81st minute Musah scored the first of his double of the afternoon. He rifled in a short from close range to send the supporters into jubilation.
And when all was pointing to share of the spoils, Musah struck again after beating his marker in the box and slotting into the near post of the Inter Allies goalkeeper Kwame Boateng.