• Elsewhere, Nzoia Sugar registered their fourth win of the season in 20 league encounters after pipping Bidco United 2-1 at Thika Stadium.
•Victor Omune’s first-half effort was enough for AFC Leopards to sink Murang’a Seal at Bukhungu Stadium, Kakamega.
Tusker head coach Robert Matano was over the moon after his rejuvenated charges ran over Shabana to go fourth on the Kenyan Premier League table.
The Ruaraka-based beermakers ran amok at the Raila Odinga Stadium in Homa Bay to wallop their hapless opponents 4-0, registering their 10th win of the season.
“I’m impressed by the outcome. This is one of our biggest wins of the season and the huge scoreline attests to our amazing form,” Matano remarked.
“I’m glad we are now well within the title contention bracket and, well, we are ready to battle tooth and nail for it.”
A visibly dejected Shabana head coach Sammy ‘Pamzo’ Omollo lashed out at his charges for surrendering.
“We lost to a more organised side. Everything appeared to go wrong and all our departments were dysfunctional. We need to do better next time,” Omollo said
Deogracious Ojok latched onto Eric Kapaito’s cross to fire the Brewers into the lead with a 14th-minute close-range effort.
Levin Odhiambo teed up Tanzanian international Ibrahim Joshua to stab the ball into the back of the net with a well-taken rasping shot on the edge of the box to double the advantage in the 58th minute.
Buoyed by his goal, Joshua set up fleet-footed forward Shaphan Oyugi for Tusker’s third in the 65th minute before James Mwangi hammered the final nail on Shabana’s casket with another stunner two minutes from time.
Elsewhere, Nzoia Sugar registered their fourth win of the season in 20 league encounters after pipping Bidco United 2-1 at Thika Stadium.
Ian Simiyu broke the deadlock with a splendid effort barely 12 minutes into the proceedings before Douglas Mokaya brought the hosts level in the 21st minute.
Daniel Kakai then picked out Titus Lusweti with a sumptuous pass in the area to fire the Bungoma-based sugar millers back into the lead just two minutes after the breather.
Kariobangi Sharks fought gallantly to edge Muhoroni Youth 2-1 at Muhoroni grounds.
Mathew Kibiwott’s enticing delivery into the box from the left channel found Daniel Wasambo well-placed to slam in the opener.
However, Reagan Ochieng restored parity justthree minutes left before the break.
Second-half substitute Keith Imbali rose above his markers to nod in Patrick Ngunyi’s cross in stoppage time to seal an important victory for the city lads.
Victor Omune’s first-half effort was enough for AFC Leopards to sink Murang’a Seal at Nyayo Stadium