Sierra Leone forward Kei Kamara registered his first two U.S Major League Soccer (MLS) goals for the New England Revolution in last Saturday’s 3-2 defeat at the hands of the Montreal Impact at Stade Saputo in Montreal.
The forward who has endured a five games goal draught since joining the Revolution from Columbus Crew gave the visitors the lead in the 18th minute and went on to double their lead and increase his tally of the night in the 33rd minutes.
Saturday’s defeat was the Revolution’s second straight defeat and it was Kamara’s third goal in two matches for his new team. He opened his account on Wednesday’s US Open Cup 3-2 win against New York Cosmos.
Another Sierra Leonean striker who had a good run last weekend in the MLS was Alhaji Kamara who replaced Saborio in the 76 minute in DC United’s 1-1 draw with Real Salt Lake.
In Latvia, midfielder, John Kamara received his third yellow card of the season in his side Riga goalless draw with Liepāja while in Belarus; David Simbo was an unused sub in Krumkachy 0-1 home defeat to Minsk.
In Sweden, defender Ishmeal Koroma and Abu Suma were both left out on the bench for Nyköping and IFK Frej in their 1-1 draw against Akropolis and Syrianska FC respectively.