* Three goals in seven minutes
* 14 goals of the Season for Orebro in his last 12 games
* Get a standing ovation after he was substituted
Alhassan ‘Crespo Kamara cracked in his first hat-trick in Swedish football.
Kamara has entered the record books among others for scoring one of the fastest hat-tricks in the world football.
Orebro defeated Hacken 5-2 on aggregate and takes six positions in the final day of the 2014 Allsvenskan season.
At the Behrn Arena the Sierra Leone Striker scored three goals in seven minutes and take his tally to 14 goals of the season in his last 12 games.
Photo: Crespo and manager Alexander Axen celebrating his goals
Hacken as visitors dominated the first 25 minutes of the game, taking the lead goal from Gunnar Heidar Thorvaldsson in the ninth minute.
But then it was Alhassan ‘Crespo’ Kamara showing class by responding with three goals in front of his fans to turn the game around.
The 21-year-old Orebro’s hit-man goals came in the 35th, 39th and 42nd minutes putting his side ahead in just seven minutes.
A week ago reports in Sweden linking the Sierra Leone striker with a move to the English Premier League side Hull City, and the moved to the KC Stadium is still a possibility.
I knew I was going to score, says the Sierra Leone striker afterwards. He was quick to indicate to the media about his future despite, speculations of his move to England.
“I have a contract until 2016,” he says of the future.
Kamara was replaced after an hour; get a standing ovation from the crowd to recognise his tally and contribution at the end of the season.
After his injury, the Sierra Leonean had excelled since coming back and has been impressive from late summer onwards.