Kenya commercial bank have kicked of the season on a fly and this afternoon they printed their footprint at the top with an impressive hard to get away win over Bandari. All these victories are due to their impressive center line and in particularly Michael Mutinda.
Bandari equalised through Bernard Odhiambo with a beautiful power header into the bottom corner, Msagha coming up with a sublime delivery.
The match seemed to be heading for a draw but KCB would hear non of that and champions are defined in such moments when Harambee stars international left back David Owino netted the most important goal of the match in the injury minutes.
Thus handing KCB three points and leading the Betkking premier League table with a total of 12 point's from four matches featured.
From the four matches played, not only on paper but also on the field of play KCB appear to be real title contender's though they will need some luck; free from injuries.
Today afternoon they were fantastic especially it being an away game, from the four matches they have played there's been a minimal change of the squad, it's been virtually the same team all along getting these run of wins.
After being in the national super League for quite a while then coming back to the big stage then finding the right tactician's for the job, they've really found the right way of playing.
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