Sierra Leone international, Mohamed Medo Kamara, opened his account on Saturday in the Kuwaiti Premier league by scoring a brace for the Al Kuwait 3-0 win over Al Tadhamon at the Khaitan Stadium, Madinat al-Kuwayt.
With seven minutes to go, the former HJK Helsinki midfielder scored his second goal of the day to seal a comfortable victory for the home side who are now tied up with Al Qadsia at the top of the league table with 16 points.
Kamara joined the Western Asia side in August from Finnish side, HJK Helsinki to end his second spell with the Finland based club.
In England, Sullay Kaikai was introduced in the 60 minutes of Brentford 5-0 away thumping to Norwich City and in Turkey League One, midfielder Alfred ‘Zagalo’ Sankoh, made a return from two months sideline in Denizlispor 3-0 win over Elazigspor on Sunday.
Sankoh who suffered a broken right arm in October, was deployed in his usual position in defensive midfield and had to play for 80 minutes on his return before he was replaced by the club skipper Veli Acar.
Striker, Mustapha Bundu was an unused sub for in AGF 0-1 away defeat to Midtjylland while former AC Milan midfielder, Rodney Strasser was left out of Gil Vicente squad that suffered 1-0 defeat to Cova Piedade in the Portuguse second tier league.