February 24, 2017 By Sahr Morris Jnr
Sierra Leone international, Mohamed Medo Kamara, savoured a stunning strike that helped his Al Kuwait side to lift the Emir’s Cup and the midfielder hailed his goal as one of his best of his career.
The 29-year-old struck in an unstoppable right-footed 30-yards stunning volley into the top corner of the Kazma SC net in the 8th minutes of play to give his side the lead and his third goal since joining the Kuwaiti Premier League outfit last season.
“It is one of my favourite for sure I think so,” Medo said when asked if it was his best goal of his career.
“It was a goal I will always remember because it was in a big occasion and a spectacular one,” said the former Bolton midfielder, who looks forward to score similar goals like that.
Kamara’s Al Kuwait went on to win the match 4-2 at the Jader Al-Amed International Stadium with Syrian strikers Firas Al Khatib, Juma Saeed, and Fahad Al – Hajri all registered their names on the score-sheet.
The Emir’s Cup is one of the biggest and the country’s most popular sports event. The maiden edition was first played in 1972 and was won by Al Ahli.
Meanwhile, The Kuwaiti-based club, Al Kuwait SC a few weeks ago also won the 55th edition of the Prince Cup for the 12th times in their history after beating Qadisiya 5-3 on penalties.
Medo Kamara is on the verge to land his third trophy – Al Kuwait leading Al Arabi with just a point from their opening ten league matches.