Hull City 0-2 Luton: The Hatters take excellent win over The Tigers

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Luton Town banked all three points against the Hull City in a 2-0 victory on Friday, at Mkm Stadium. Hull City arrived at the match looking to pick up more points after losing 3-0 to Swansea City in their previous fixture. Luton were coming from a 2-0 win against Blackburn Rovers. Hull City are now in 20th place, with 11 points from 12 matches, while Luton sit in 5th, with 16 points from 12.

Luton started strong and were rewarded for their efforts, when Alfie Jones gave them the lead after only 6 minutes. The Hatters then scored once more and increased their lead thanks to a goal from Henri Lansbury just before half-time and saw the first half out 2-0. Both teams struggled to produce anything meaningful in the second half, leaving the final score at 2-0.

Substitutions for Hull City included Cyrus Christie, Greg Docherty, Jean Seri and Dogukan Sinik for Dimitris Pelkas, Oscar Estupinan, Ryan Woods and Ryan Longman, respectively. Luton replaced Reece Burke, Henri Lansbury, Carlton Morris, Elijah Adebayo and Jordan Clark for Gabriel Osho, Ruddock Pelly, Cameron Jerome, Harry Cornick and Fred Onyedinma.

There were bookings for Ryan Woods from Hull City. For Luton, Elijah Adebayo, James Bree and Carlton Morris saw yellow.

Luton and Hull City will next play at home to Huddersfield Town and Wigan Athletic respectively.

Technical card:
Hull City:Nathan Baxter, Dimitris Pelkas (Cyrus Christie, min.58), Ryan Woods (Jean Seri, min.71), Lewie Coyle, Regan Slater, Ozan Tufan, Ryan Longman (Dogukan Sinik, min.71), Alfie Jones, Jacob Greaves, Oscar Estupinan (Greg Docherty, min.59) and Callum Elder
Luton Town:James Bree, Jordan Clark (Fred Onyedinma, min.90), Ethan Horvath, Dan Potts, Allan Campbell, Amari Bell, Reece Burke (Gabriel Osho, min.46), Henri Lansbury (Ruddock Pelly, min.76), Elijah Adebayo (Harry Cornick, min.90), Carlton Morris (Cameron Jerome, min.76) and Tom Lockyer
Stadium:Mkm Stadium
Goals:Alfie Jones (0-1, min. 6) and Henri Lansbury (0-2, min. 44)