Midfielder, John Kamara joined his Sierra Leonean compatriot, Mustapha Bundu and Kei Kamara, to find the back of the net over the weekend for their respective clubs in Europe and the U.S Major League Soccer.
It was the youngster; Mustapha Bundu who first get his name on the score-sheet as he scored his first Danish Superliga goal for Aarhus GF in their 2-0 win over Hobro IK at Ceres Park on Friday.
Bundu has now scored two goals for the club after opening his account last season with a goal in nine matches.
Like Bundu, midfielder, John Kamara also opened his FK Kaisar account in the Kazakhstan top flight league scoring a long awaited goal for the club in their 1-1 draw with FK Aktobe on Saturday.
The Sierra Leone defensive midfielder scored his goal in the 18th minute to give his side the lead but they failed to hold on as the home side level thing up just 18 minutes before full time whistle was sounded.
In the U.S Major League Soccer, striker Kei Kamara helped the New England Revolution beat LA Galaxy 4-3 on Saturday night in a seven goals thriller.
The Sierra Leonean forward gave the Revolution a 2-1 lead in 34th minute after Daniel Steres cancelled out Revolution’s Lee Nguyen 16th minutes opener.
Lee Nguyen opened the scoring for Revolution in the 16th, but Daniel Steres tied it in the 22nd before Kamara put New England back on the front but Steres made it 2-2 in the 53rd minute. The goal was Kei Kamara’s fifth in 18 appearances this season.
In Sweden, Mohamed Buya Turay’s AFC Eskilstuna could not dwell on last weekend’s victory as they were defeated 2-0 away to Kalmar as the Sierra Leonean forward’s goal drought continues.
Another Sierra Leonean whose side was on the losing end was Center back Alie Sesay whose IFK Frej were thumped 0-3 by visitors, Dalkurd while Ibrahim Koroma’s debut for Varberg Bois was delayed with the Sierra Leonean defender left out of the side in their 2-0 win over Gefle.
Austria’s topflight league side, St. Pölten delayed Sierra Leone winger, George Davies’ debut for another weekend as the player who recently put-pen-to-paper on a fee transfer was out of their squad in Saturday’s match against Sturm Graz.
Elsewhere, Hassan Mila Sesay returned to Lahti’s starting squad in their 2-2 draw away to Kupss in the Finland league while in the Switzerland Super League, Leone Stars captain, Umaru Bangura was at the art of FC Zürich three man defensive line as they marked their return to the topflight league with a 2 -0 away win over Grasshopper.
By: Sahr Morris Jr.