East Bengal lose their fifth game on the trot in the AFC Cup, while a win keeps Al Orouba's chances of progress still alive...
Al Orouba made an ideal start to the game as after just six minutes in the game, Duke scored from a stunning freekick giving the East Bengal custodian no chance at all.
Gurpreet Singh was beaten again by another Duke free-kick 11 minutes before the halftime as the Nigerian midfielder picked out the top corner with another skillfully executed set-piece.
After the break, it was the home side again who scored their third, as Abdellah Sharyan scored just a minute before the hour mark.
Singh handed Al Orouba their fourth goal 19 minutes before the fulltime as he made a complete hash of a delivery into his area and Al Gabr took advantage of the situation, firing home easily to make it 4-0 for Mohammed Saleh's side who were now in with a shout of progressing.
The match finished on a high note for the Indian club as Trevor Morgan's side scored the first goal of their AFC campaign as half time substitute Edmilson beat the Al Orouba goalkeeper to score a consolation goal.
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