The Hatters go close to an equaliser against Hull on Saturday

Player ratings: Luton Town 0 Hull City 3

Luton were beaten 3-0 on home soil by Hull City on Saturday in a hugely disappointing afternoon at Kenilworth Road.

The visitors notched three times in the second period to condemn Town to their second defeat in front of their own fans this term. Here's how the Town players rated on the day.

Keeper could do little about Stewarts first goal, although won't be happy beaten at his near post for the second. Desperately unlucky with the third, given little chance by Potts ill-judged intervention.

1. Simon Sluga: 6

Keeper could do little about Stewarts first goal, although won't be happy beaten at his near post for the second. Desperately unlucky with the third, given little chance by Potts ill-judged intervention.
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Made a few good challenges to prevent Grosicki getting away, but was also found wanting a few times yet again as Hull had some joy when attacking Towns right back.

2. Luke Bolton: 5

Made a few good challenges to prevent Grosicki getting away, but was also found wanting a few times yet again as Hull had some joy when attacking Towns right back.
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Didnt ever really venture forward enough as Luton lacked the width needed. Should have done better to cut the cross out for Hull's opener and then a great chance from Shinnies corner, only to put his header too close to Long.

3. James Bree: 5.5

Didnt ever really venture forward enough as Luton lacked the width needed. Should have done better to cut the cross out for Hull's opener and then a great chance from Shinnies corner, only to put his header too close to Long.
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Kept things tight in the first half, as Luton looked solid enough at the back. Unable to stop Town falling apart defensively after the break and went back to Sluga far too many times despite the tempo needing to be raised.

4. Matty Pearson: 5.5

Kept things tight in the first half, as Luton looked solid enough at the back. Unable to stop Town falling apart defensively after the break and went back to Sluga far too many times despite the tempo needing to be raised.
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