Alhaji Kamara scored his first hat-trick on Saturday playing for Richmond Kickers on loan from DC United.
The Sierra Leone man struck three times for Richmond Kickers (3 Kamara 34′, 49′, 59′) but his goals were not enough to help his side avoid defeat away to Ottawa.
After halftime, back-to-back Kamara goals put Richmond ahead before Ottawa blew the game open.
The home team regroup after Kamara scored his third to put the away team ahead. Ottawa scored with goals from Seoane 9′, 38′, Rozeboom 69′, Hume 73′, Sanon 90′ to win in an eight goals thriller.
The DC United striker finally sends a message in the Kickers uniform, netting a hat trick in a 5-3 loss to USL expansion team Ottawa Fury FC.
The Kickers had only scored five goals so far this season but tallied three on Saturday.
Fellow D.C. United loan Chris Durkin also performed well in an otherwise wild game on the road.
Richmond finally returns home after three matches on the road. Saturday, June 3rd, the Kickers face off at City Stadium against 2016 USL champions.
The former Nyköpings striker is expected to be part of the Sierra Leone side to play Kenya June 10th in Freetown in the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations opening qualifier.