Kei Kamara was on target in New England Revolution’s 3-1 defeat away to Orlando City on Sunday at Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Fla.
The Sierra Leone national opened the scoring for the visitors to registered his fourth goal for the Revs and his ninth goal of the season in the 19th minute.
His goal was superb after running with the entire Orlando back four before sending home a curling and calm finish to put his side ahead.
However, the host Orlando responded with three unanswered in the second half.
The host’s midfielder Kevin Molino scored twice after the break to send the New England Revolution to a 3-1 loss.
Molino levels it up for Orlando in the 64th minute to cancel out Kei’s opener.
New England remains above the red line in the sixth slot on the Eastern Conference table despite the loss.
The Revs will face Toronto this coming Sunday at the Ontario stadium.