Kei scores fourth in three matches

August 8, 2017 By Sahr Morris Jnr


UP WE GO…Kei scores from header

Sierra Leone and New England Revolution striker, Kei Kamara, has scored his fourth goal in his last three matches on Saturday August 5, but his goal was not enough to save Revolution from 4-1 defeat in the hand of Chicago Fire.

Saturday’s goal was the forward 94th Major League Soccer (MLS) career goal and it came just 16 minutes after Matt Polster opened the scoring for the home side in the eighth minute of play.

Despite levelling things up for the visitors, Chicago Fire went on a scoring spree with goals from Juninho, Michael de Leeuw and Luis Solignac.

A step down the ladder in the United States league, Michael Lahoud’s Miami side suffered 2-3 defeat North Carolina with the Sierra Leonean playing full time. In England League One, Amadou Bakayoko replaced Jackson in Walsall 1-0 defeat on the road to Bury, while Abdulia Bell-Baggie was an unused sub in Poole Town 1-2 victory over Weston-Super-Mare.

In Finland, Hassan Sesay had full time action for Lahti in Saturday’s goalless draw with HJK while Abdul Sesay JS Hercules suffered 2-1 defeat to Villiketut.

Sierra Leone captain, Umaru Bangura and his FC Zürich side for the first time in three matches dropped two points as they were forced to a goalless draw by Lugano and in Sweden, Alie Sesay IFK Frej suffered 2-3 defeat to Syrianska.

Sheka Fofonah was introduced in the 82 minutes for Frýdek-Místek, who were beaten 1-0 by Pardubice in the Czech Republic second tier league.