Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Macauley Bonne Back On The Score-Board As Leyton Orient Drew 2-All Against Chester

Zimbabwe-Warriors forward, Macauley Bonne started the match like a roof on fire as he bangs early in the game to put Leyton Orient ahead and register his name back on the score-board in the 2-all draw league encounter on Tuesday night.

The 22-year-old forward who was recently on duty with Zimbabwe-Warriors, opened the score-line in the first 6 minutes of the game to put Leyton Orient ahead before Chester replied with two goals in 16' and 40' minutes respectively.

Leyton Orient later on leveled the game to 2-2 in the 60th minute with a brilliant strike from Jobi McAnuff to force a draw despite playing 10 men after Sendles-White's red card in the 43rd minute.

It is Macauley Bonne's 8th league goal of the season in 19 appearances for Leyton Orient after he last scored on 28 October against Wrexham.

Orient need to regain the character they showed at the beginning of the season if they are to pull themselves out of the bottom half of the table where they currently seat with 21 points from 21 games this season.


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