MLS: Kei Kamara was again on target despite Colorado Rapids suffered a heavy 4-1 defeat away to Chicago Fire at SeatGeek Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
The Sierra Leone international headed one home from the corner, scoring his fourth goal in four games. (Photo Kamil Krzaczynski-USA TODAY Sports)
Four players were named on the score-sheet for the Fire. Forward Nemanja Nikolić opened the scoreline for the host in the 34th minute.
Colorado responded with five minutes remaining in the first half, as Kei Kamara header deflected into the goal for his fifth of the season.
However, the Fire score three more goals from CJ Sapong, Djordje Mihailović and Aleksandar Katai as they thrashed Kamara’s Rapids.
The Rapids are first from bottom in their standings after eight matches without a win securing just two points.
40' – HE'S DONE IT AGAIN!@keikamara heads home the corner to make it four goals in his last four games.
— Colorado Rapids (@ColoradoRapids) April 20, 2019
In Germany: Abu Bakarr Kargbo scored again for Berliner AK 07 and provided an assist in their 4-1 victory over Wacker Nordhausen.
The striker was subbed on in the second half but showed no weakness as he registered his 15th of the season in the German fourth-tier Regionalliga.
Amadou Bakayoko’s Coventry City put a damper on Bradford City as they were relegated to League Two following their away defeat by Coventry.
Bradford was relegated to League Two following their 2-0 away defeat by Coventry on Friday.
Coventry controls the match with goals from Hiwula-Mayifuila (9′ minutes), Enobakhare (88′ minutes) saw them moved within five points from playoff places.
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