Buya Turay, Kei Kamara on the score-sheet


April 11, 2017 By Sahr Morris Jnr

Buya Turay at the double
Kei Kamara (left) scored his second goal of the season in the 52nd minute
Striking duo, Mohamed Buya Turay and Kei Kamara were only the two Sierra Leonean p

layers to find the back of the net for the respective club’s in Europe and America.

Buya Turay scored his first two goals in the Swedish Allsvenskan league as his newcomer, AFC Eskilstuna, were forced to a 2-2 draw by Örebro SK on Saturday at Tunavallen stadium.

 The Sierra Leone international bagged his first of the day in 47 minutes before, adding his second three minutes from time but the visitors twice came from behind with goals from Filip Rogic and Kennedy Igboananike to share the spoil.

Unlike Turay whose goals could not secure all three points for AFC Eskilstuna, in the Major League Soccer, Kei Kamara helped his New England Revolution side to a 2-0 win over Houston Dynamo.

Kei Kamara opened the scoring for the home side in the 52nd minute for his second this season. Juan Agudelo sealed the win for the Revs in 72 minutes, five minutes after Agudelo’s goal; the Sierra Leone international was substituted.

George Kweku Davies game time with Austria topflight league side, Floridsdorfer AC continued as the SpVgg Greuther Fürth had full-time action in their 0-1 away win against Kapfenberger SV.

In Denmark, striker Mustapha Bundu and his AGF squad suffered 1-3 home defeat to Silkeborg and the Sierra Leone forward, who at the open six minutes was cautioned by the match official, was later replaced in 79 minutes.

Kaisar FC and Sierra Leone international, John Kamara, received his second successive yellow in the Kazakhstan league in Saturday’s goalless draw against Tobol, while in Moldova, Khelifa Jabbie, was called to action for FC Sheriff as they secured 0-1 win over Zimbru. The Sierra Leonean midfielder replaced Bayala 10 minutes before full time.

Four Sierra Leoneans- Alhassan Crespo Kamara, Mohamed Bangura, Alie Sesay and Abu Suma were all in action over the weekend in the Swedish Allsvenskan and Superettan league respectively.

Kamara endured another full-time action without a goal as BK Häcken were held to a goalless draw by Djurgården and in the second tier, Mohamed Bangura, was introduced in the 69 minutes  in Dalkurd 0-1 away win over Gais.

Alie Sesay and Abu Suma were both featured full-time for IFK Frej, who secured a 1-2 away victory at Åtvidaberg and in Scotland Mustapha Dumbuya was given another full-time run with Partick Thistle as they registered 1-0 win over Motherwell.

Alfred Sankoh and his Denizlispor team returned to winning ways thanks to 1-2 dominance over Balikesirspor in the Turkish second teir.