Kei Kamara was on target for New England Revolution as Jay Heaps’ side defeated Houston Dynamo 2-0 to registered their second win of the 2017 Major League season at the Gillette Stadium on Saturday.
The Sierra Leone forward Kamara and Juan Agudelo scored in the second half to secure three points for the home team, which extended its MLS-best home winning streak to six matches and its current unbeaten streak to three matches.
Kamara scored his second of the season in the 52nd minute, from his own rebound and his 88th MLS career goal.
The goal ties Kamara with Roy Lassiter for the 11th most goals scored in League history.
The Revs next MLS action is away to Chicago Fire at Toyota Park next Saturday, April 15.