The Columbus Crews SC striker Kei Kamara scored the 75th goal of his Major League Soccer career on Sunday, March 13, 2016.
Kamara, 31, is now tied with Kenny Cooper for 18th all-time in Major League Soccer goal-scoring history.
The Sierra Leonean is also the only second active player to have hit that milestone, joining San Jose’s Chris Wondolowski (110).
The 2015 Eastern Conference Champions was again defeated by Philadelphia Union 2-1 at their Mapfre Stadium for the second time in a row of the 2016 MLS season.
Pontius brace was enough for the visitors and Columbus has failed to take a single point so far.
But, despite the two disappointing results, Kei Kamara’s 87th-minute goal to reduce the deficit against Union was his first of the 2016 campaign.
Kamara started his career in the MLS at Columbus 2006 in his first spell scoring five goals in 36 games, earning him a move to San Jose Earthquakes prior to the 2008 season.