Former Orebro striker Alhassan Kamara scores first goal for BK Hacken

Aug 7, 2016 | Players Abroad News | 0 comments

Former Orebro SK striker Alhassan Crespo Kamara has already started making his mark with his new club, BK Hacken.

Kamara, 23, signed for the Gothenburg-based club last month and scored his first goal for the club in today’s 4-2 Allsvenskan game against Elfsborg at the Borås Arena (Borås) Stadium.

The 5 ft. 11 inches poacher, who signed on a three-year-deal, was introduced in the 71′ minutes replacing J. Owoeri.

He scored Hacken’s fourth goal away to Elfsborg in the 75th minute after good combination work to complete the victory.

The Sierra Leone striker was making only his third appearance since joining Hacken from Orebro SK.

Before his move, Kamara has only scored once for Orebro in nine appearances in this campaign.

He spent the 2015 season on the sideline after picking up Lower body injury.

The victory moved Hacken to fifth on the 2016/2017 Swedish top flight table.

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