Alhaji Kamara endured mixed emotions on Monday night Allsvenskan as his visiting IFK Norrkoping side earning a 3-2 result against IF Elfsberg at the Borås Arena – despite the Sierra Leone striker’s brace of goals.
The 21-year-old scored a fine opening goal before netting again in the 77th minute, but his fourth goal in twelve matches was not enough to earn his side a point.
Unfortunately, the game was turned following goals from A. Zeneli 16′, V. Claesson 21′ and V. Claesson (PG) 37′ for the home who are also looking for a European qualification spot.
Monday’s defeat concludes a promising end to this season Swedish top flight with Norrkoping only ahead of AIK on two goals deficit with two final games to go.
The 5ft 11in striker was also on target for Sierra Leone playing against Chad in the 2018 World Cup qualifiers despite Sierra Leone exit the competition.
Elsewhere in the competition, Mohamed Bangura and AIK won away to Halmstad on Sunday, an own goal by the host defender Mohammed Ali as they level on point with Norrkoping at the top.