The 20-year-old opened his account from a free kick in the open during the 6th minute of play but Marko Nikolic leveled the score for the home side 12 minutes later. The Sierra Leonean forward double the away side’s lead four minutes after the break before gabbing his third in the 71st minute.
New D.C United acquisition, Alhaji Andriano Kamara was the other Sierra Leonean striker who hit the target over the weekend.
Kamara made an immediate impact in his MLS debut, as he scored the only goal for D.C. United in their 1-0 win over Sporting Kansas City at Children's Mercy Park in Kansas City, Kansas.
The former FC Kallon forward came off the bench as D.C.'s final substitute in the 85th minute and with only last less than a minutes to go he grabbed all three points for the visitors.
Kei Kamara’s wait for his first New England Revolution goal continues since joining them on a transfer deadline day. Despite enjoying full time action, the Sierra Leone striker was unable to find the net in their 2-1 win over Seattle Sounders.
New Miami FC signee, Michael Lahoud also made his debut for U.S North American Soccer League side. Elsewhere in Sweden, both Ibrahim Koroma and Ishmael Koroma saw full time action for Husqvarna and Nyköping respectively.
Ishmael’s Nyköping suffered 2-0 defeat to Enskede while Ibrahim Husqvarna side secured a 1-0 win over Mjällby. Alhassan Crespo Kamara made a comeback in the Örebro squad in their goalless draw with AIK in the Swedish Allvenskan.