Date: 18th September 2013 at 3:27pm
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Leyton Orient produce a scintillating attacking display to ensure they kept their 100% start to the season intact.

Two first half strikes from Kevin Lisbie set the home side on their way before Dean Cox, Shaun Batt and Jayden Stockley added gloss to a fine team performance at Brisbane Road. Danny Haynes scored what turned out to be a consolation on a poor night for Chris Kiwomya`s Magpies.

Orient started the game the brighter, pressurising Notts`s passing game so much so that they struggled to move the ball out of their own half on occasions.

With 13 minutes gone the first bright moment of the game came; Moses Odubajo`s fierce cross couldn’t be directed on target by an on rushing Lisbie.

David Mooney then turned and composed himself from 25 yards out to unleash a sweet shot which was repelled by Bartosz Bilakowski in the County goal.

However the hosts weren’t to be denied for much longer as they struck just before the half hour. Lloyd James`s accurate free kick fell perfectly on to the head of Lisbie, who unmarked looped his header home.

The visitors upped their game and forced a series of potentially dangerous free kicks which eventually came to nothing in a frustrating half.

With the half almost at its conclusion Lisbie grabbed his second of the night from a quick counter attack. In the attacking charge, the ball fell to Cox whose shot was pushed away by Bilakowski into the path of the Jamaican who calmly finished into an empty goal.

Magpies boss Kiwomya altered his formation for the second period going for a more conventional 4-4-2. But the plan didn’t halt the firing O`s as Dean Cox cross angled shot made it 3-0 to the hosts.

County did not give up the fight and were rewarded 15 minutes after Cox`s strike as substitute Danny Haynes`s looping header gave the visitors the smallest speckle of hope.

But that flame of hope was soon to be extinguished as the O`s finished the match in ruthless style.

With 80 on the clock, Shaun Batt charged into the box and curled the ball excellently past Bilakowski before Jayden Stockley wrapped up the scoring four minutes later.

Stockley`s strike completed the perfect night for Orient as they made it seven wins from seven league matches.

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