Williams delighted with five-star O's
Goals from Stephen Purches, Ryan Jarvis, Jason Demetriou, Jonathan Tehoue and an own goal from Rovers goalkeeper Mikkel Andersen, who had to receive lengthy treatment just before half-time, completed the rout. Williams said: "It's all down to the players. The second half on Saturday was excellent (Orient came from 2-0 down at Carlisle to earn a draw), and we were talking about putting that in for 90 minutes and the players did that. "At 1-0 we were thinking we should be two or three up and when we got to five there could have been a lot more. "I thought we worked very hard defensively to shut them down and stop them playing. It's all down to a lot of hard work. We have a very honest group of players here. "We must not get carried away as we have a massive game here on Saturday (against Brighton). I want the players to enjoy the win but it is over and done with now."
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