Accra Hearts of Oak showed recovery after their 5-0 humiliating defeat last week as they went only a goal shy against Bolga All Stars on Friday.
Head Coach Frank Nuttall opted for a new formation, 3-5-2, which allowed the side to display some free-flowing football.
Lanky forward Kwame Kizito and centre-back Vincent Atingah bagged a brace each for the Phobians in the GHPL matchday 18 fixture at the Accra Sports Stadium.
Kizito started off with the opener on 24 minutes, feeding off a Malik Akowuah free-kick.
In an attempt to stop the Phobians’ dominating runs in midfield, the Bolfa All Stars coach took his first substitution in the 33rd minute by replacing Issahaku Wahid with teenager Lahassan Rahim in the 33rd minute.
Ten minutes later, the hosts were awarded a penalty after Patrick Razak was brought down by goalkeeper Mubarick Jebdon. Atingah then stepped up to put the ball away.
Hearts led 2-0 at the break and were quick to extend the lead two minutes into the second half.
Winger Thomas Abbey, who put Razak through for the first-half penalty, was on hand again providing an assist for Kizito who beat his marker before drilling home his second goal of the game.
Vincent Atingah returned for his brace in the 51st minute with a calm header to complete the result at 4-0.
Hearts remain in third place with 30 points, six behind leaders WAFA SC.