Striker Gilbert Fiamenyo rediscovered his scoring boots as he netted the third for Hearts of Oak in their 3-2 emphatic win over Aduana Stars in the Ghana Premier League on Wednesday.
The former Ghana U20 forward brilliantly struck home his sixth goal of the season with a last-gasp finish at the Accra Sports Stadium.
He drilled a fine effort into Stephen Adams net after defender Godfred Saka had converted a penalty to reduce the deficit for the Fire Club after Bosson Landry and Isaac Oduro had scored for the Phobians.
Oduro's goal was a real world class free-kick - picking his spot with a neat angled effort from 20 yards out.
Landry, who joined Hearts from Berekum Chelsea grabbed his second goal in three games for Herbert Addo's men when he shot Hearts upfront with vision effort.
Richard Arhin's late equaliser provided a summary scare for Hearts but they managed to run away with the maximum points before they could stun them.
The win will boost Hearts' morale as they prepare for their CAF Confederation Cup tie against Benin side AS Police.