Medeama lost for the first time in the Ghana Premier League after going down 1-0 at Dreams FC on Sunday.
Issah Ibrahim profited from a spilled pass that went to Maxwell Arthur who laid it for the forward to roll into the net at the Dawu Theatre of Dreams.
Dreams took advantage of the early lead to dictate the pace of the first half but it was Medeama, who returned from the break poised to get an equalizer.
Prince Opoku Agyeman forced a save from Dreams FC goalkeeper Peter Sarkodie right at the start of the second half.
The young goalkeeper was once again forced into another phenomenal save to deny the visitors an equalizer.
Medeama kept searching for the leveler but they were denied by the brilliance of Sarkodie.
Substitutes Kwasi Donsu and Nana Kofi Babil missed two golden opportunities with goalkeeper Peter Sarkodie at their mercy.
The defeat was Medeama’s first of the season after a good start to the campaign.