Leaders Tusker were held to a barren draw by KCB on the second day of the Betking Premier League (BPL) matches at Ruaraka grounds.
The result means Tusker are just four points ahead of second placed Kariobangi Sharks who won their match against Kakamega Homeboyz on Friday.
Both teams had a slow start to the game with either team showing caution and careful not to concede a goal.
A free kick at the edge of the KCB box by Rodgers Aloro was deflected for a corner kick that did not produce any goal.
After that, there was no much action in the entire first half. The second part of the match was more active with Tusker known to up their game raising the tempo.
Youngster Henry Mejja missed putting the brewers ahead on resumption after he failed to connect from a well put through pass which went off target.
Another free kick at the edge of the banker’s box by Aloro was ably saved by Joseph Okoth in the KCB goal as he tipped the ball over the bar.
The bankers were then reduced to ten men in the 68th minute after Curtis Wekesa was sent off for a second bookable offence.