Luton 3-0 Bristol City: Hatters cruise to victory

Luton vs Bristol C
Sky Bet Chboat
3:00pm Saturday 19th October

Kenilworth Road
(Att: 10064)

Luton ended Bristol Citys unbeaten run on the road this year with a 3-0 victory.
Second-half strikes against Harry Cornick along with Pelly Ruddock, plus an Ashley Williams own goal, ensured City was condemned by the Hatters since the day of the season to their first loss.
City went close early on as Tommy Rowes low shot from outside the box had been parried by goalkeeper James Shea that was remembered, together with Town just about clearing the rebound behind.
After beating the offside trap, rowe then sliced over from Shea.
Luton almost had the lead with their first attempt as James Collins campaign from a low Dan Potts cross.
Ruddocks blast was bravely blocked by centre-half Williams, while Ryan Tunnicliffe fired tamely straight atkeeper Daniel Bentley.
The article subsequently denyed town, Izzy Browns thunderbolt beautifully soldered on to the magician by Bentley.
Andreas Weimann chipped rather wide after getting rid of their hosts defence, even until Luton nearly had the lead just before half-time. Ruddock effort was well saved by Bentley at full stretch.
Later Sonny Bradley obtained a header at the back post in the second half of Collins volleyed a opportunity within the bar from a corner.
Luton then took the lead with 56 minutes to the clock in vibrant style when midfielder Ruddock curly a sublime effort and into the upper corner for his first goal of the season.
The second followedBrown sending Cornick off and he beat the offside trap after which Bentley to make it 2-0 after 62 minutes.
Shea left a fingertip save to turn his pointer to the article, along with the Spaniard almost scored with virtually his first touch, although city threw on recent Rodri, who had played for Sevilla earlier in his profession.
Luton nearly had a third in the 73rd minute as Cornick and Brown combined for Collins, who was denied by the legs of Bentley.
With time , Rodri did have the ball in the web, turning home while he whistled another effort wide as Luton maintained a first clean sheet of the year but the flag was up.
The Hatters added the icing as well, breaking with pace. Tunnicliffe motored down the left and his cross was diverted by City defender Williams to complete a miserable afternoon for the Robins.

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