The Kariobangi Sharks striker has now scored six goals in two matches, having hit the back of the net four times against Muhoroni Youth last weekend.
Masoud and Duke Obuya scored a brace to guide Sharks to a double over the Millers’ whom they also overpowered in the opening leg. Just as he scored early in the opening half against Muhoroni Youth, Masoud punished Nzoia Sugar when he gave Sharks the lead with only 10 minutes consumed on the clock.
Patrick Kwitonda leveled things up for visiting Nzoia at Camp Toyoyo Ground to take the game leveled at the break.
Obuya doubled Sharks’ advantage in the 61st minute and another for a sweet win which temporarily shot Sharks to second on 52 points.
The KPL newbies are just a place above champions, Gor Mahia, who also beat Kakamega Homeboyz by a solitary goal to take their point tally to 73.