A resilient Nsoatreman FC fought back to hold Dreams FC in a 1-1 draw in an outstanding Ghana Premier League match played on Wednesday.
In what was a rescheduled fixture from matchday 3, Dreams FC took the lead after just four minutes through Abdul Aziz Issah at the Theatre of Dreams in Dawu.
Nsoatreman regrouped and responded with a series of attacks as they searched desperately for their first points on the road. Maxwell Konadu’s men were rewarded when Abdul Manaf Umar produced a composed finish to restore parity after 21 minutes.
That goal was the former RTU midfielder’s third goal of the season in just five matches for his new club.
Nsoatreman could have taken the lead but some tentativeness and profligacy in front of goal meant the score line would stay the same going into half time.
Back from recess, Dreams FC regained control of the game with Solomon Boateng and Jonathan Nemorden playing vital roles. However, the pair lacked the killer instincts as they fluffed some decent chances that came their way.
Although Dreams made a late onslaught for the winner, Nsoatreman kept their composure at the back to earn their first away point of the season.
The point takes Nsoatreman to second place in the table on seven points from four matches, while Dreams remain in 10th place with five points.