Inform striker Abu Bakarr Kargbo scored a brace in Berliner AK’s 2-2 draw against Hertha BSC II in the 34th week of the Regional League Northeast contest at the Poststadion on Saturday.
The former German youth international registered his fifth in his last two games in the German Regionalliga.
He scored in the 3rd and 83rd minutes whilst the visitors netted in the 23rd and 40th minutes through Julian Albrecht and Derry Lionel Scherhant, respectively.
“Really pleased with five goals in my last two games because It was a difficult period after a lengthy injury. I hope to continue helping the team in the remaining games of the season,” Kargbo to FSL News.
Kargbo, 29, since his return to full fitness, has accounted for nine league goals and thirteen in all competition helping his side to a strong finish at the end of this campaign.
He was born in Sierra Leone but raised in Germany, where he played for the youth U15, U17, and U19 sides.
The former Viktoria Berlin man scored over 33 goals in 57 appearances over two seasons (2018 – 2020) with Berliner AK 07.
Berliner AK 2-2 Hertha BSC II | highlights
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