Pelly-Ruddock Mpanzu keeps the ball moving on his 200th appearance for the Hatters at Bristol Rovers on Saturday

IN PICTURES: A look back over Pelly's 200 games for Luton

Pelly-Ruddock Mpanzu made it 200 appearances in a Luton shirt at the weekend, as the Hatters won 2-1 at Bristol Rovers.

Check out the special picture gallery below for some of Pelly's most memorable moments during his Town career.

With seven minutes to go, Luton were 1-0 behind at lowly Dartford in their race for the Conference title. However, Mpanzu then belted a 25-yard stunner into the top corner, with Andre Gray's header sealing a huge win.

5. April 1, 2014: Dartford 1 Luton 2

With seven minutes to go, Luton were 1-0 behind at lowly Dartford in their race for the Conference title. However, Mpanzu then belted a 25-yard stunner into the top corner, with Andre Gray's header sealing a huge win.
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Mpanzu played 21 times, scoring twice, as Town ended five seasons out of the Football League by lifting the Conference title with a 4-1 win over Forest Green Rovers.

6. April 21, 2014: Luton 4 Forest Green 1

Mpanzu played 21 times, scoring twice, as Town ended five seasons out of the Football League by lifting the Conference title with a 4-1 win over Forest Green Rovers.
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Mpanzu made his Football League debut for the Hatters during their 1-0 home defeat to AFC Wimbledon, replacing Andy Drury after 71 minutes. Matt Tubbs scoring the winner for the Dons.

7. August 16, 2014: Luton 0 AFC Wimbledon 1

Mpanzu made his Football League debut for the Hatters during their 1-0 home defeat to AFC Wimbledon, replacing Andy Drury after 71 minutes. Matt Tubbs scoring the winner for the Dons.
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Mpanzu's 50th appearance won't be in the memory books for long, substituted after 48 minutes, with Town trailing 1-0. They levelled through Josh McQuoid, only for Ryan Hall to see red as Ryan Brunt won it.

8. October 24, 2015: Luton 1 Plymouth 2

Mpanzu's 50th appearance won't be in the memory books for long, substituted after 48 minutes, with Town trailing 1-0. They levelled through Josh McQuoid, only for Ryan Hall to see red as Ryan Brunt won it.
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