Luton produced a magnificent second half display to earn a 3-2 victory at Bristol City on Sunday. The Hatters were trailing 2-0 with almost an hour gone, before three goals in 16 minutes from James Collins, Elijah Adebayo and Harry Cornick saw them hit back to triumph superbly. To find out how the visitors rated on the afternoon, see below.
5. Sonny Bradley: 6
Was left exposed for City’s first as he was unable to stop Nagy from finding the overlapping Wells to open the scoring. Far too easily split for the second with Wells left in acres of space, but shored things up following the interval.
6. Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall (STAR MAN): 8.5
Like his team-mates, was off it in the first period, although still might have put Town in front when his corner sailed in but was disallowed. Ran things afterwards with two assists, while his shot then deflected into Cornick's path for the third.
7. Pelly-Ruddock Mpanzu: 7
Put in plenty of effort, but not much came off in the first period, shrugged off the ball by Nagy on his way to City's opener. Showed his own strength in the second half, outmuscling two players to play his part in Luton's winning goal.
8. Ryan Tunnicliffe: 4.5
Struggled to ever really get going in what was a disappointing opening 45 minutes all over the pitch. Harshly penalised for just standing in front of keeper Bentley for Luton’s disallowed goal, but was one of two who were substituted at the break.