Jordan have picked up a big win in their friendly football match against Indonesia on Tuesday night in the King Abdullah II Stadium.
The team was looking for a big performance as they prepare for the West Asian Championships in August in Iraq, and they got it with a strong display in front of their home fans.
Baha Faisal opened the scoring in the 23rd minute before Ahmad Al Ersan added the second three minutes from half time following a brilliant run and finish.
Youssef Al Rawashdeh took advantage of the Indonesian goalkeeper's mistake to make it 3-0, before Hamza Al-Dardour scored the fourth 79 minutes from time. The visitors managed a late consolation to make it 4-1.