A goal from Sierra Leone and New England Revolution striker Kei Kamara against Chicago Fire was not enough as they were defeated 4-1 at Toyota Park Stadium on Saturday evening.
Kamara extended his goal-scoring streak to three games with a header in the 24th minute.
His goal was his fourth in his last three games.
The three game goal scoring streak is Kamara’s longest since August 2015, when he scored in three consecutive games for Columbus Crew SC.
Matt Polster scored Chicago Fire opening in the eighth minute before forward Kei Kamara got the equalizer in the 24th minute.
Chicago Fire, however, responded with two more goals from Juninho and Michael de Leeuw on either side of halftime, as well as a late addition from Luis Solignac, to earn all three points.
The Sierra Leone international, Kamara, who made his 275th career appearance against Chicago Fire – now has 94 goals in his MLS career.
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