Photo: Ole Söderberg sent off for a bad tackle on Kamara
After representing Sierra Leone in the African Nations Cup qualifiers against Ivory Coast and DR Congo, Alhassan Crespo Kamara is on course to score 10 goals for Orebro this season.
Coming off the bench for D. Gustavsson in 61st minutes at home in their Monday night Allsvenskan encounter against Kalmar FF, the Sierra Leone goal poacher registered his seventh of the campaign in the 94th minutes from the penalty spot at their Behrn Arena to give his side a two goal cushion.
Since his return from injury, he has been magnificent for Orebro his goals tally has lift Orebro off the bottom of the table and has declared his ‘pride’ at scoring.
‘Am happy, because I arrive in Sweden on Saturday, light training on Sunday, I knew I was not ready for 90minutes after the international duty long travelling the coach decided to rest me and to come in and get a much needed goal is fantastic, the fans, my team mates all happy’, Kamara said.
‘My celebration of the boxing dance is for all the hard time when I was travelling with my national team and for those people who disrespected us in Congo shouting at us Ebola! Ebola!, is not like we want it for our people.
I hope to score more goals hopefully 10 or more of the season with seven games to go if I stayed fit that is my objectives’. Kamara told Orebro TV.
Orebro moved up to 8th position in the Allsvenskan table with 31 points from 23 matches, Kamara is expected to start against Falkenberg away on Saturday.