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Kei Kamara becomes first player to score for eight different MLS clubs


Sierra Leonean striker Kei Kamara has become the first player to score for eight different clubs in the history of the Major League Soccer (MLS).

Kamara is the no. 5 all-time leading goalscorer in the 26-year-old MLS and at age 36, the striker has no intention to slow down as he continues his illustrious MLS career, this time, with Minnesota United.

The striker scored his 130th career MLS goal, which drew him closer to the 4th all-time scorer Jaime Moreno, when he converted a penalty for the Loons in their 2-0 victory over Cincinnati FC.

Among the clubs who have benefitted from his goal scoring prowess are Columbus Crew SC (32 goals), San Jose Earthquakes (2), Houston Dynamo (7), Sporting KC (38), New England Revolution (19), Vancouver Whitecaps (14), Colorado Rapids (17) and of course, the new accounts with Minnesota that opened with a single goal over the weekend.
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Kei Kamara becomes first player to score for eight different MLS clubs