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Alhaji & ‘Crespo’ Kamara on target

April 25, 2017 By Sahr Morris Jnr

Alhaji Kamara (left) wheel-off in celebration

Sierra Leone striking duo; Alhaji Kamara and Alhassan ‘Crespo’ Kamara, were both on target on Saturday and Sunday for Richmond Kickers and BK Hacken in the U.S National league and the Swedish Allsvenskan respectively.

Saturday’s strike against Pittsburgh Riverhounds was Alhaji Kamara’s first since joining the Kickers on loan from D.C. United.

The Sierra Leonean forward had a big night for his adopted side, creating several opportunities as he fired a rocket close range strike to give the home side the lead in 46 minutes. Saturday’s win ended Kamara and his Richmond Kickers side poor run from three straight defeats in the USL.

Unlike Alhaji Kamara who only opened his account last Saturday, Alhassan ‘Crespo’ Kamara scored his second goal of the season for BK Häcken, but his strike was not enough as they were beaten 2-1 by IFK Norrkoping.

It only took 22nd minute for the 24-year-old Sierra Leone international to grab his second in four matches.  Elsewhere, Mohamed Buya Turay’s  AFC Eskilstuna were held to a goalless draw with Halmstad, while in Superettan, Mohamed Bangura replaced Richard Yarsuvat in Dalkurd 1-2 away win over Öster.

For the fourth week in a row, Alie Sesay and Abu Suma were both in action for IFK Frej, who were beaten 2-1 by Varberg and in the first division, Ishmeal Koroma Nyköping suffered 2-1 defeat on the road to Sollentuna.

Kei Kamara and his New England Revolution were forced to 2-2 by D.C. United in the U.S Major League Soccer, while Micheal Lahoud’s Miami Heat settled for 1-1 draw with North Carolina on the same score line as Victor Mansaray’s Cincinnati and Louisville City.

In Austria, George Davies Floridsdorfer AC and Austria Lustenau both shared the spoil in a scoreless draw, while John Kamara was given 71 minutes as his Kaisar were beaten 1-0 by Akzhayik and in Slovenia, Julius Wobay made a 61 minutes cameo for Olimpija in their 0-1 away win over Krško.

Former Leone Stars Captain, Ibrahim Obreh Kargbo, helped Dulwich hamlet to secure 0-3 win over Wingate and Finchley as they (Dulwich) moved on to the play-of. Dulwich will now play Enfield town at champion hill on 27 April and a home victory would then lead to a Ryman premier division final on May Day for the Dulwich.

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