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.
9. Jordan Clark: 6.5
Had Luton’s two best chances of the first half with a good turn and shot that appeared to be turned away by the keeper, while his header was well saved by Bentley too. Industrious second period, linking well with Bree.
10. Kazenga LuaLua: 4.5
Barely featured in the opening 45 minutes as the Hatters just couldn’t get the ball out to him, the visitors barely mustering any kind of consistent threat in the final third. No real surprise when he failed to reappear after the break.
11. Elijah Adebyao: 8
Spent most of the first half trying to flick the ball on to no-one such was the lack of support he had. Was a different proposition when partnered by Collins, as Town looked far more menacing, a really clever side-footed finish making it 2-2.
12. James Collins (SUB): 8.5
Made a huge difference as Town looked a totally different side from the minute he came on with two in attack. Nodded an early chance over, but a glancing header put the Hatters back in it and might have made it 4-2, volleying into the ground.