Luton Town beats Coventry City 5-0 on Wednesday at Kenilworth Road. Luton were looking to get back their winning ways, following a previous defeat to Bournemouth. Coventry, on the other hand, were able to continue their winning streak after a 3-0 win against Peterborough United in their last match. Following today’s result, Luton are in 9th place on the table and has 13 points while Coventry sit in 4th with 19 points after 10 matches.
Luton dominated the first half, with an early penalty goal from Elijah Adebayo in the 3rd minute. The momentum was now with The Hatters, who then scored again through a goal from Harry Cornick at the 18 minute mark to establish a 2-0. Luton looked to have the game under control when they scored again and incerased their lead, thanks to a goal from Luke Berry in the 30th minute to establish a 3-0. They then scored again, increasing their advantage thanks to a second effort from Elijah Adebayo just before half-time, finalising the first half 4-0.
Luton continued to pile on the pressure in the second and were rewarded, with Harry Cornick finding the net again, at 58 minutes. The game ended 5-0.
Both teams used all available substitutes. For Luton, Carlos Mendes Gomes, Cameron Jerome and Gabriel Osho, came on for Harry Cornick, Elijah Adebayo and Glen Rea, Coventry brought on Ben Sheaf, Tyler Walker and Michael Rose to replace Gustavo Hamer, Viktor Gyokeres and Kyle McFadzean.
The referee booked two players from Coventry, Gustavo Hamer and Ian Maatsen.
Luton next face Huddersfield Town and Coventry are at home to Fulham.
|Luton Town:||Simon Sluga, Elijah Adebayo (Cameron Jerome, min.71), Amari Bell, James Bree, Tom Lockyer, Jordan Clark, Luke Berry, Harry Cornick (Carlos Mendes Gomes, min.71), Glen Rea (Gabriel Osho, min.80), Sonny Bradley and Kal Naismith|
|Coventry City:||Simon Moore, Viktor Gyokeres (Tyler Walker, min.64), Gustavo Hamer (Ben Sheaf, min.46), Jake Clarke-Salter, Ian Maatsen, Todd Kane, Dominic Hyam, Callum O`Hare, Martyn Waghorn, Jamie Allen and Kyle McFadzean (Michael Rose, min.64)|
|Goals:||Elijah Adebayo (1-0, min. 3), Harry Cornick (2-0, min. 18), Luke Berry (3-0, min. 30), Elijah Adebayo (4-0, min. 45) and Harry Cornick (5-0, min. 58)|