It was a bitter-sweet Sunday night for Sierra Leonean international Kei Kamara who scored in the U.S Major League Soccer (MLS) Cup final but his Columbus Crew side suffered a 2-1 defeat to Portland Timbers.
The forward’s 18th minute strike was not enough for his Columbus Crew squad to be crowned champions of the MLS this season as goals from Diego Valeri and Rodney Wallace from the opposing squad gave them the edge to lift the MLS 2015 Trophy and get their names on the MLS history books.
He helped crown Columbus Crew as the MLS Eastern Conference champions last week finishing as the league second top goal scorer netting 22 goals in the regular season.
Away from the MLS, Sierra Leone national team Captain, Umaru Bangura played full time in heart of Dinamo Minsk defence as they defeated Gomel 1-2 in the Belarus Premier League, and in the English League One, striker Sullay Kaikai full time action could not help save Shrewsbury Town from going down 1-3 against Walsall on Saturday.
In Italy, midfielder Rodney Strasser Lupa Castelli Romani continue to battle relegation as they suffered a 3-0 away defeat to Martina Franca in the Italian Lega Pro, whilst in the Dutch league Gibril Sankoh’s Roda JC side were forced to a goalless draw by FC Groningen.
Midfielder, Alfred Zagallo Sankoh received his fourth yellow card in 12 matches this season for Balikesirspor colours as they were forced to a goalless draw by Karşiyaka