Tusker FC are kenyan Champions
Tusker Fc bagged the Kenyan Premier League title after seeing off Bidco United 2-1 in their final match of the season at Utalii grounds.
Ugandan international Rogers Aloro put Tusker ahead from the spot in the 24th minute after Boniface Muchiri was brought down in the area.
Harambee Stars striker Henry Meja doubled the advantage in the 33rd minute with a low drive after being teed up by Jimmy Mbugua.
The outcome left coach Robert Matano charges at the apex of the log with 65 points, three ahead of their closest rivals, KCB.
Matano who had just capped his celestial carrier with a third league title pointed out
I feel elated to have bagged my third KPL title as a coach. The lion is the king of the jungle,” said Matano alluding to his nickname ‘the Lion’.
We kicked off the season on a low but managed to shove the disappointment aside with a subsequent string of positive results.
It was pomp and color as skipper Eugene Asike hoisted the trophy after a dramatic season that kicked off on a torrid note after a postponement in May this year when the Ministry of sports made it mandatory testing for all 18 clubs team and staff for league resumption after a halt in May.
KCB wrapped up the season in second after beating Nairobi City Stars 3-0 at Narok Stadium.
Former champions Gor Mahia crushed 2-0 to Nzoia Sugar at Ruaraka Grounds as AFC Leopards also fell 3-2 to Kakamega Homeboyz at Thika Stadium.
Ulinzi Stars pipped Posta Rangers 2-1 at ASK Grounds, Nakuru while Bandari silenced Wazito 2-0.
Mathare United wrapped up the season with an emphatic 5-2 thumping of relegated Western Stima.
The brewers will consequently, head into the Confederation of African Football Champions League on merit as the league Kenyan champions.