AFC Wimbledon handed Leyton Orient’s under-18s a heavy loss in the Youth Alliance League, ending the O’s run of five straight wins.

Lawrence Hammond and Jordan Adeyemi found the net for Orient, but with Wimbledon 6-1 up by the break, the game always seemed to be beyond the O’s.

Despite that, it was actually the visitors who took the lead early on when Brian Ifeyani intercepted a pass on the edge of the area and played in Hammond, and he floated it over the keeper to hand Orient the advantage.

That lead lasted just three minutes though as a low ball into the area was rifled home from seven yards out, and by the 18th minute Wimbledon had turned the game on its head when a free-kick to the front post was met by the striker to fire into the top corner.

The home side continued their ruthless streak by adding a third from a bouncing header across the box, and the fourth came from a swift counter-attack that was finished into the bottom corner.

Fifth and sixth goals arrived before the break to put Orient up against a five-goal deficit in the second half.

They thought they had reduced that deficit almost instantly after the restart when Ifeyani fired past the Wimbledon goalkeeper, but the linesman ruled him to be offside.

The Dons then went on to grab their seventh of the game when a low ball to the front post was turned home.

Orient did at least manage to grab a further consolation when Adeyemi slotted in, but they were well beaten in the end.

Next up for the under-18s in a home match against Cambridge United this Saturday.