John Kamara made a winning return in his first game in the Greek league after he was barred from rejoining the club due as quarantine measures against the Ebola virus.
Kamara’s Greek side PAS Lamia defeated AE Larissa 1-0 with the Sierra Leonean international turning provider for team mate Andreas Vasilogianni to score in the 74th minute.
John Kamara celebrated his Greek sides only goal by showing his support against the discrimination of citizens in Ebola affected Sierra Leone, Guinea and Liberia
The victory takes Lamia to third in the league standing, but a tough away contest this Sunday away to Ethnikos Gazoros.
John 26 was a victim of the Ebola discrimination despite there was no report of Ebola in Cameroon. He was asked by the Greek side to stay away for up to three week.
Kamara was returning to Greece from Cameroon after playing for Sierra Leone in their 2015 Africa Cup of Nations ties in Yaoundé earlier this month.
The Lamia midfielder was recalled after the intervention of the European football body UEFA. Lamia subsequently apologised for their decision.