Kei Kamara scored again in title defeat to Toronto FC.
The striker goalscoring form continues last Wednesday but his strike was not enough for his Vancouver Whitecaps side to secure the Canadian Championship silverware this season.
Kamara’s Vancouver Whitecaps fell to a 5-2 defeat to Toronto FC in the second leg of the Canadian Championship final losing 7- 4 on aggregate.
The Sierra Leone forward goal came in late after Toronto FC opened the scoring on 39 minutes with a quick passing sequence ending on a finish from Jozy Altidore who went on to score hat-trick while teammate Sebastian Giovinco also got his name in the score sheet.
Kamara pulled one back midway through the second half for Whitecaps before Brek Shea scored another just under 15 minutes to play but their goals were not enough as Tosaint Ricketts rounded the scoring for the home side to lift the Voyageurs Cup.
The defeat leaves Vancouver Whitecaps to wait for another year as they have only won the Canadian Championship once in 2015 while Toronto FC who won the title for the third successive year has also secured there in the CONCACAF Champions League.
In Belgian Jupiler League:
Mohamed Buya Turay, who was on target on his debut for Belgian side Sint Truiden in it 1-1 home draw against Lokeren last Saturday, will be hoping to start for his new club away to Waasland-Beveren today.
Turay, 23, started on the bench against Lokeren but made an immediate impact with a brilliant header in the 84th minutes after coming on as a 61st-minute substitute to cancel out Guss Hurperts 78th minute opener for Lokeren at the Stayen Stadium.
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