Sierra Leonean veteran striker, Kei Kamara has continued with his impressive goal-scoring form as he was on the score sheet for Chicago Fire’s match over the weekend.

During Saturday’s 1-1 draw with New York Red Bulls, Kei Kamara scored his fourth goal of the season with a single shot, finding the back of the net in the 34th minute to open the scoring.

Although he had been facing difficulties in training while recovering from a head injury, Kamara displayed no signs of trouble on the field as he secured his goal.

Kamara’s impressive form will soon see him overtake US Soccer legend, Landon Donovan in the Major League Soccer All Time top goal scorer chart. He now has 143 goals, while Donovan has 145 goals. Kamara will also have to score another 31 goals to overtake C. Wondolowski, who has 171 goals, and become the leading scorer in the MLS All-Time goal scorer chart.