Bengaluru FC had made a fine start with keeping the ball possession and created move in host territory worrying back line.
Ayeyawady United gradually took over the game and started pressing Blues back line calling Amrinder in action who made a couple fine save.
However Bangaluru boys broke the deadlock in the 34th minute when Udanata Singh made a fine run before laying the ball for Sunil Chhetri whose effort hit the back of the net.
Minute before the interval home side earned a free kick from the edge of the box but Christopher Iyikwobe shot went wide of the post after the ball is laid to him.
Ayeyawady United controlled the second half proceedings but failed to make their dominance count as they missed the opportunity created.
The visitors did well to defend the fort till the final whistle keeping their hope alive. Blues have three move games to be played in 2leg home-away fixture.
In the AFC Cup Group H encounter between Ayeyawady United and Bengaluru FC Indian side registered their first win at Pathein Stadium in Myanmar on Wednesday.
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