February 27, 2017 By Sahr Morris Jnr
Sierra Leone forward, Alhassan ‘Crespo’ Kamara on Saturday continued his good run in front of goal by helping BK Häcken notched a 3-1 win over Atvidaberg in the Svenska Cupen (Swedish Cup).
The former AIK Solna striker gave his side the lead just 5 minutes of play before Emil Bellander level thing up for the visitors five minutes before the break.
An own goal by Jens Jacobsson restored BK Häcken’s lead 10 minutes after the restart before Nasiru Mohammed’s 70th minutes strike seal the win for the home team and gave them an edged closer to a quarter-final place.
‘Crespo’ Kamara’s strike was the forward third in two matches in the Swedish Cup and his sixth goal in his last four matches. Last weekend the former FC Kallon striker scored a brace against Division 2 club BKV Norrtälje in Häcken’s 4-0 win.
“It’s always fun to score with such midfield and such adjustment feet I just need to stay ahead and keep working hard. I also need to run, defending on the right side and just go for it,” Kamara told the club website.
Next up for Crespo’ Kamara and his BK Häcken side will be against his former team Örebro SK on March 5, 2017.