Sierra Leone striker Mohamed Buya Turay scored a brace for his Swedish top-tier side Dalkurd FF in their 3-0 win over IF Brommapojkarnaon on Saturday.
Buya is now the joint second leading goal scorer behind Djurgårdens IF forward Tino Kadewere with seven goals of the season.
Allsvenskan returns with no less than seven matches this weekend to kick starts the second half of the league.
Turay, who was injured in May, opened the scoring in the 3rd minute to give his side a 1-0 lead.
He completed his brace in the 35th minute to take the scores to 3-0 after Ferhad Ayaz have netted Dalkurd’s second goal in the 28th.
It was an important win for the newly Allsvenskan side, who have only managed two wins from their last twelve matches.
Dalkurd still second from bottom and they’ll take on Trelleborgs FF next Saturday, July 14.
Kamara turns goal machine in Moldova
The striker has been on the scoresheet against Sfîntul, Iskra, Zimbru, and Zaria in all competition in Moldova.
The in-form striker with an unquenchable thirst for goals, Kamara is in the middle of a hot run of form.
The top scorer in the Moldovan top-flight has notched seven goals in Sheriff’s last five matches.
The Moldovan champions FC Sherrif will take on Kutaisi-based club FC Torpedo of Georgia on July 10 next Tuesday in the first qualifying round of this year’s Uefa Champions League at the Givi Kiladze Stadium.
Kwame Quee scores to rescue a point for UMF Víkingur in Iceland
Attacking midfielder Kwame Quee was on target for his Icelandic side UMF Vikingur on Thursday away Njardvik.
Víkingur Ólafsvík, the guest at Njardvik, took the lead from a Quee goal in the 34th minutes but his goal was not enough as the host team fought back to level the scoreline 1-1 in the 41st minute.
The goal was Quee’s third of the season in as many games played.
They are third in the Icelandic second-tier table three points adrift from league leaders ÍA Akranes.
England: Sullay Kaikai happy with Palace return
Crystal Palace youth product Sullay Kaikai has indicated his delight after returning to his parent club Crystal Palace following his loan spell at Charlton Athletic.
Kaikai, was out on loan in January 2018, following four appearances for Palace in the first half of last the season.
He posted on twitter ‘Back to business. Great to be back @CPFC💥.’
Disappointingly, the Sierra Leone native, who made over 12 appearances for the Addicks failed to score in any.
The winger- striker also had a loan spell with Brentford last season, scoring three goals in 18 Championship games.
Mustapha Bundu targeting double figures for AGF Aarhus
AGF Aarhus and Sierra Leone youngster Mustapha Bundu has set himself a target ahead of the new Danish Superliga 2018 – 2019 season.
Bundu, 21, is aiming to score over ten goals in his second full season after scoring six goals last season in all competitions.
“I will like to get double figures this coming season,” he said. “And probably get my team to a higher and better position in the league.”
Bundu, whose contract up until summer 2021, has challenged himself.
“I would love to score 10-plus goals and I think I am capable,” the striker told Football Sierra Leone.
Aarhus GF kick-starts their season next weekend July 14 away to FC Champions Midtjylland.
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