Sierra Leone striker Kei Kamara moved back to the top of the U.S Major League Soccer (MLS) golden boot standings last Saturday after scoring a brace to register another win for Columbus Crew.
The Crew secured a 2-1 road win over the Colorado Rapids as they sit in third in the MLS Eastern Conference standings.
Bobby Burling scored his first goal of the season from a free kick delivery by Vincente Sanchez to give the home side the lead into the break but after the recess, the visitors came back very hard to secure all three points.
Also in the MLS, midfielder Michael Lahoud made a comeback from a lengthy injury for the Philadelphia Union in a goalless draw against Orlando City as he played for 79 minute, whilst in the North America Soccer League (NASL), striker Shaka Bangura was introduced in 76th minute in his side; Atlanta Silver Backs 3-3 draw with San Antonio Scorpions.
Elsewhere, central defender Gibril Sankoh made his debut for Roda JC in the Dutch topflight league; Eredivisie which ended just 43 minute into the game as he was taken off the field on a stretcher with a shoulder injury after a tackle with Edwin Gyasi. However, Roda JC secured a 3-1 win over Heracles Almelo.
In Finland, Hassan Sesay helped Lahti secure a 1-2 away win over Rops whilst Khelifa Jabbie was an unused sub in FC Sheriff 1-0 defeat to Speranţa Nisporeni.