Dreams FC recovered from two goals down to inflict a 3-2 defeat on Inter Allies in Week 11 of the Ghana Premier League at the Dawu Park on Wednesday.
Dream, who tasted their heaviest defeat over the weekend when WAFA thump them 5-0 at the Sogakofe Red Bull Arena Park, were hoping to return to winning ways in midweek.
However, they were dealt a telling blow in the 25th minute after Nigerien import Victorien Adebayor put Inter Allies ahead from close range.
The Still Believers recovered two minutes after the recess through veteran marksman Eric Gawu after a nicely worked move on the edge of the goal area.
With barely ten minutes to end proceedings, in-from Victorien Adebayor popped up again with a neatly taken strike to hand the Capelli Boys a 2-1 advantage.
But the lead did not last as Leonard Owusu pulled parity in the 87th minute before the skipper added his second of the afternoon from the spot in the 95th minute to give Dreams FC the maximum points.
By virtue of the victory, Dreams FC move to 2nd on the standings with 20 points after 11 games while Inter Allies, who are lost all their six away games, occupy 9th position with 15 points.