Town eased through the third round of the Carabao Cup last night

Player ratings: Cardiff City 0 Luton Town 3

Luton Town emerged 3-0 winners at Cardiff City in their Carabao Cup second round clash last night.

A Junior Hoilett own goal, plus second half strikes from Alan Sheehan and Jake Jervis were enough for the Hatters to triumph in Wales. Here's how the Town players rated on the evening below.

Showed fine reactions inside the opening minutes to deny Bogle. Fine handling from a Vaulks free kick as well on the stroke of half time. Looked sharp and good on the floor as Town built from the back throughout.

1. James Shea: 8

Showed fine reactions inside the opening minutes to deny Bogle. Fine handling from a Vaulks free kick as well on the stroke of half time. Looked sharp and good on the floor as Town built from the back throughout.
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Had the first 45 and did well to prevent the tricky Hoilett from exerting too much influence. Big part in the opening goal as his cross was deflected into the net by Cardiffs winger.

2. James Bree: 8

Had the first 45 and did well to prevent the tricky Hoilett from exerting too much influence. Big part in the opening goal as his cross was deflected into the net by Cardiffs winger.
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Didnt show any signs of the knee problems that have bothered him recently, with a fine display on the left hand side of Town's defence. Made some excellent blocks from crosses and carried the ball forward well too.

3. Brendan Galloway: 8

Didnt show any signs of the knee problems that have bothered him recently, with a fine display on the left hand side of Town's defence. Made some excellent blocks from crosses and carried the ball forward well too.
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Carried on from the previous round as he impressed yet again at the heart of Towns defence. Good aerially and more than happy with the ball at his feet, one surge forward in particular catching the eye.

4. Lloyd Jones: 8.5

Carried on from the previous round as he impressed yet again at the heart of Towns defence. Good aerially and more than happy with the ball at his feet, one surge forward in particular catching the eye.
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