KCB piled misery on Kariobangi Sharks following a 5-2 thumping with Dennis Odhiambo revealing their game plan was to exploit the slow Sharks backline.
Sharks conceded again through Reagan Otieno's strike while Samuel Mwangi, Reagan Otieno, and Enock Agwanda's goals in the second half were enough to pick maximum points for KCB.
Speaking to Futaa, Odhiambo revealed what inspired their second-half performance after the opening half ended 2-2, "We stuck to our game plan and pressing them from the front which resulted in two goals.
"We knew their back four lacks pace and we have the speed so our strategy worked.
The Kenya international also opened up on playing in the left-back role after starting a couple of games in midfield, "I'm comfortable with both positions because most of the games, I've played for the National Team, I've played as a left-back.
"Even at Thika so it's not a problem but an advantage so any system that the coach implements I can fit in."