Former Leone Stars Striker, Kei Kamara scored in the first half to pass Landon Donovan for the second-most goals in MLS history.

LAFC was already ahead 2-0 in the 33rd minute when Kamara rose above the San Jose defense to head home the 146th goal of his MLS career, surpassing Donovan’s career total. LAFC is the 11th MLS club for the 39-year-old Kamara, who arrived in Los Angeles in March and has now scored goals in back-to-back games.

In an interview with Fox News, Kamara states “I was just enjoying the moment, and that’s what I’ve always done in my career, just to enjoy this journey,” Kamara said. “To come from Sierra Leone as a Muslim refugee to this country, becoming a U.S. citizen and having this opportunity to do what I love, and then to come back to LA, it’s full circle. And I won’t stop now, because I feel too good.”

Kamara emigrated to the U.S. from Sierra Leone as a teenager, eventually settling in nearby Hawthorne, California, and attending Cal State-Dominguez Hills. The Quakes are one of Kamara’s 10 former MLS teams, thanks to a 12-game stay in 2008. Kamara is in his 19th professional season, including 17 in MLS.