Kuwait City: Jordan took themselves to within one win of a place in the AFC U23 Championship Thailand 2020 Finals, as they eased to a 3-0 win over Kyrgyz Republic on Sunday.
The win takes Jordan to six points from two matches, while Kyrgyz Republic's dream of a first appearance in the tournament proper appears shattered after a second successive defeat.
It was a night where some of the Jordan's brightest young talents shone, with Mousa Suleiman Al Tamari, Omar Hani Al Zebdieh and Mohammad Ziad Atieh all leaving their mark in a commanding win.
AFC Asian Cup standout Al Tamari got the ball rolling when he opened the scoring in the 15th minute, and Al Zedbieh showed both blistering pace and a cool head to beat Kutman Kadyrbekov for Jordan's second on the hour-mark.
Al Zebdieh was also involved in the final addition to the scoresheet, which came just three minutes later, producing a simple, but clever pass to supply to the equally rapid Atieh, who produced an almost identical finish to the second goal.
Having seen off both Kuwait and Kyrgyz Republic, Jordan's attention now turns to Tuesday's Matchday Three clash with Syria.