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Odisha FC Lose 0-4 In Australia; Face Uphill Task In Return Game At Kalinga Stadium

Bhubaneswar:7/3 /2 4: High-flying Odisha FC, who recently suffered their first ISL defeat in four months, came out second-best once again. This time, it was in the AFC Cup assignment in Australia, with Odisha FC going down 0-4 to Central Coast Mariners in the first leg of the Inter-Zonal semifinals,

This time, it was in the AFC Cup assignment in Australia, with Odisha FC going down 0-4 to Central Coast Mariners in the first leg of the Inter-Zonal semifinals.

Down by a solitary goal at half-time, Odisha FC conceded three in the second session at Central Coast Stadium at Gosford.

Mikael Doka put the Australian side ahead after 35 minutes. He got his second goal with a 77th-minute penalty conversion, on either side of strikes by Storm Roux (52nd) and Ronald Barcellos (89th).

Odisha FC will face a tough task in overturning such a huge deficit in the home leg at Kalinga Stadium, on March 14.

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