September 30, 2015 By Sahr Morris Jr.
Sierra Leone and Columbus Crew SC striker, Kei Kamara, has written his name in the history books of the U.S. Major League Soccer (MLS) after becoming the first player to score against 21 different teams in the league.
The player’s goal against Portland Timber was his 22nd of the season thus maintaining his lead at the top of the goal-scoring chart.
Before the match against Portland Timbers, Kamara was tied with Chris Wondolowski and Dominic Oduro, who were both tied at 20 teams but the Sierra Leonean forward’s 43rd minute header at the near post after a corner kick taken by Federico Higuain set the record.
He is now three goals ahead of Toronto FC’s Sebastian Giovinco at the top of the MLS Golden Boot race.