Josh Koroma injured as Leyton Orient stay top of National League.

Josh Koroma injured as Orient stay top of National League

Josh Koroma injured as Leyton Orient stay top of National League.

Leyton Orient dangerman Josh Koroma was substituted for a suspected hamstring injury in their victory against Maidstone United.

The O’s moved three points clear at the top of the National League with a 3-0 victory over Maidstone at Brisbane Road on Saturday.

The Sierra Leone native, Koroma who has been a delight to watch is expected to be out for upcoming games after he was forced off with a worrying hamstring injury.

The 20-year-old attacker, who signed his first professional contract with the Club in September 2016, was replace by Matt Harrold.

A fine goal from Jordan Maguire-Drew and a brace for the league’s second top scorer, Macaulay Bonne’s saw the O’s strengthened their grip at the top Vanarama National League.

Maguire-Drew netted his first Orient goal in the 34th minute, firing in after poor defending, and Bonne converted from close range shortly after half-time.

Bonne added his 20th goal of the season at the death, scoring from the penalty spot after James Brophy was brought down.

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