Kei Kamara closes gap on MSL all-time goals scorer chat
Former Sierra Leone forward, Kei Ansu Kamara has closed the gap in the MLS’s all-time goals score list after drawing level with Jeff Cunningham on third place with 134 goals.
Kamara, with his 4th goal of the season is now tied for third in the league history with 134 career goals in the MLS.
The 37-years-old former Sierra Leone international reached third on the MLS’s all-time goals scorer list following Montreal Impact 1-2 away win over Columbus crew on Wednesday night at Lower.com field.
Kamara netted a late equalizer for Montreal Impact in the 88’ minutes, cancelling Lukas Zelarayan’s early goal for the home side before Joel Waterman finds the net to seal the win for the visitors in 90+4 minutes.
Kamara is one goal away to take the sole ownership of third place, with Montréal sitting third in the Eastern Conference table with 11 games remaining before the Audi MLS Cup Playoffs begin in mid-October.
He is with his ninth MLS team after successful stretches with the Columbus Crew, Sporting Kansas City and more. He first joined the league in 2006 with Columbus.
Kamara is the only active player in the top 10 of MLS’s all-time goals chart (seen below), with the top spot belonging to San Jose Earthquakes all-time great Chris Wondolowski (171).
Top 10: MLS all-time goals chart
1. Chris Wondolowski
2. Landon Donovan
T-3. Jeff Cunningham
T-3. Kei Kamara
5. Jaime Moreno
6. Bradley Wright-Phillips
7. Ante Razov
8. Jason Kreis
9. Dwayne De Rosario
10. Taylor Twellman