The winger scored and provided an assist as his side came from behind to beat Yeovil Town 4-1Ghana international Albert Adomah was on target for Middlesbrough on Saturday evening as they beat Yeovil Town 4-1 at River side.
Boro had to come back from a fourth minute Liam Davis goal to hit four into the net to serve as a morale booster for coach Tony Mowbray who is having a tough time.
The Ghanaian then set up Grand Leadbitter with a delicate one time chip for the striker to send a superb half-volley into the net to make the scores even.
Adomah scored in the 24th minute from a rebound after Leadbitter has seen his initial spot kick saved by the opposing keeper.
Middlesbrough twice rattled the woodwork in the space of three minutes before Adomah again crossed from the tight for a Kamara first time header which hit the cross bar again.
Butterfield and Kamara scored in the 50th and 74th minute respectively to give them their first win at home this season.