Video: Kei Kamara sparks wild Columbus Crew celebrations with extra-time winner in MLS play-offs
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Former Norwich City striker Kei Kamara was the hero for Columbus Crew in the Major League Soccer (MLS) play-offs in the USA.
Kamara scored an 111th-minute winner in extra-time of his side's Eastern Conference semi-final against Montreal Impact, who had Chelsea legend Didier Drogba leading their attack.
The Canadian side arrived in Columbus with a 2-1 lead from the first leg but Kamara levelled the aggregate score in just the fourth minute of Sunday night's match.
A goal apiece saw the match go to extra-time with the aggregate score locked at 3-3, with Kamara having missed a penalty but making up for it with an excellent headed winner, to spark wild celebrations in Ohio.
The 31-year-old former Canaries loan forward was runner-up for the MLS Golden Boot award this season, with 22 goals, but two further goals have taken Columbus into the Eastern Conference Championship.
They will face New York Red Bulls at home on November 22 and away on November 29, with the winner facing eith FC Dallas or Portland Timbers in the MLS Cup final.