The Sierra Leone striker is in a very fine form, a third brace of the season for the former Middlesbrough striker Kei Kamara was not enough to earn Columbus Crew SC victory on Friday night.
However, the 6ft 3in striker ends the night with nine goals from 11 matches played making him the league leading goal scorer thus far ahead of Clint Dempsey and Obafemi Martins in 7 and 6 respectively.
A last-minute goal for Chicago Fire in the 94th-minute stuns the home team at MAPFRE Stadium.
The Sierra Leone native Kamara opened the scoring in the eighth minute in classic style, stroking home a professional finish from lightning-quick build-up play involving Justin Meram, Ethan Finlay who put the ball directly to the foot of the waiting Kamara to accomplished.
Kei Kamara struck again for Columbus in the 55th minute, on a header off a feed from Kevan George.
But it was Chicago’s Jason Johnson scored four minutes into stoppage time to give the Chicago Fire a 2-2 draw with the Columbus Crew.
Eric Gehrig sent a superb cross into the box, where Johnson was able to head it past Steve Clark in the 94th minute.