Kamara scores in MLS Final

By Mohamed Fajah Barrie in Freetown

Sierra Leonean international Kei Ansu Kamara scored in MLS Cup final which was the last game of United States soccer season.

But the goal wasn’t enough for his side Columbus Crew to be crowned champions as they lost 2-1 to Portland Timbers at home on Sunday.

Kamara got on the score sheet in the 18th minute after they had conceded two early goals.

It was disappointing for the 31-year old Kamara who was hoping to win his first major title in his career.

But the 2015 season is so far the best for the former Norwich City and Middlesbrough forward in his career.

He helped Columbus Crew to be crowned MLS Eastern Conference champions last week after he had

finished the league as the MLS second top goal scorer netting 22 goals.

Kamara scored four more goals in MLS play-offs.

He was named MLS second Most Valuable Player (MVP) few days after he was named in the MLS best 11 players of 2015 for his overall season’s long outstanding performance.

Kamara also bagged the Columbus Crew SC’s Barbasol Most Valuable Player in 2015.