Black Stars winger Fatawu Issahaku netted his fifth goal of the season to help Dreams bounce back to winning ways in the Ghana Premier League on Sunday.
Issahaku scored the second goal for Dreams in their 2-1 win over Goldstars in Dawu.
The 17-year-old has now scored in every game he has featured in so and is the third top scorer.
Also on Sunday, Real Tamale United beat Berekum Chelsea 1-0 thanks to 90th minute strike by David Abagna. The attacker has now scored six goals.
Great Olympics dropped out of the top four after failing to beat 10-man Bechem United at the Accra Sports Stadium. The match ended goalless.
AshantiGold and Legon Cities game at the Obuasi Len Clay Stadium also produced no goal.
On Saturday, Aduana Stars thrashed WAFA 3-0 in Dormaa with former Asante Kotoko captain Emmanuel Gyamfi scoring a superb brace.
Defender Hafiz Adams opened the scoring for Aduana FC from close range in the 9th minute.
Gyamfi doubled the lead after popping up from behind to connect a delightful pass from Bright Adjei as Aduana FC took a two-goal advantage into the break.
After the break, Adjei missed a penalty in the 61st minute but 10 minutes later, Gyamfi scored the third goal for the Ogya lads.
Accra Lions beat Eleven Wonders at home. The latter finished the match with 10 men as midfielder Mohammed Adams was shown a straight red card.
And in the evening, Justice Ato Mensah scored a brace for Elmina Sharks FC to give them a 2-1 win against Karela United at the Nduom stadium.