Tusker FC came from behind to humiliate Ulinzi Stars 4-1 to win the Kenyan Premier League title and also secure ticket for the CAF Champions League competition for the first time since 2017.

The Federation had set a June 30 cap to determine who plays in the Champions League to beat the deadline set out by CAF to nominate teams to play continental football.

Heading into last Wednesday’s league matches, Tusker was top of the standings with a one point gap over second placed KCB and they just needed to win to ensure their top spot was reserved.

They trailed 1-0 to Ulinzi, but fought back to level 1-1 at halftime before scoring three in the second half, including two in the final three minutes of the game.