Issah Ibrahim scored late to hand Dreams FC a last gaps equalizer against Behem United in a 1-1 draw at the Nana Gyeabour Park.
The result means the Hunters are without a win in two straight home games after back-to-back draws against King Faisal and Dreams FC.
They started the game as the brightest side, earning a tenth minute penalty which was converted by captain Moro Salifu. Bechem United struggled to kill the game despite coming close on countless moments in the game as they failed to convert the chances that came their way.
The visitors were however dealt a huge blow in the first half when they were forced to make an early change following an injury to Emmanuel Ocran, who was replaced by Issah Ibrahim.
Dreams FC had their own chances but an important clearance from defender Abdullah to keep the scores at 1-0 before half time.
The visitors had last week’s hero Percious Boah introduced for Abel Manomey in the 79th minute of the game.
With the game entering it final minutes, Dreams FC won a penalty in the 87th minute which was expectedly put away by Issah Ibrahim to level the score for the Still believe lads.
Bechem United have now dropped points at home in consecutive games for the first time this season with Dreams FC enjoying a decent run under their new gaffer having picked 4 points from a possible six.