Accra Hearts of Oak beat Liberty Professionals 2-0 on Sunday at the Dansoman Carl Reindorf Park in a friendly game.
The victory is the second in a series of friendly games organised by the club to keep the players in shape after government halted all Ghana Football Association (GFA) related football activities in the country.
Last Wednesday, the Rainbow club displayed a spirited performance to beat Bechem United 3-0 at the Legon Park in a game that saw Black Stars midfielder, Sulley Muntari play for the Phobian side.
Hearts scored in twice in the second half of the game at the Dansoman Park in a game that saw massive patronage.
It was Kojo Obeng who started the party for the Phobians in the 55th minute when he blasted into the top right corner of the net before Joseph Esso placed the icing on the cake in the 79th minute.
A board member of the club, Dr Nyaho Nyaho-Tamakloe was impressed by the progress of the team and believe they have a great future if they continue to play this way.
He was happy the team had picked up so well despite lack of football activities in the country and encouraged the club to continue in that direction.
He also use the opportunity to assure the players that the Pobiman training pitch was ready and they would start training on there this week.