The forward scored the first goal for K’Ogalo to pave ways for two more in the 3-0 victory and speaking to P Live thereafter, he asserted that the Green Army stuck to coach’s instructions in order to lift the trophy.
“It was a good game and we played according to coach’s instructions. We played well in the first-half but we did not manage to convert the chances so we had to do much more in the second-half.
“The victory was planned by coach. We played according to his instructions and we managed to win. After scoring the first goal, we had to continue playing the ball and managed to get the second and third goals."
Apart from lifting the trophy, the champions were awarded Sh3 million and earned a lifetime chance of playing against English Premier League side Everton in July.