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.
1. Simon Sluga: 7
Came off his line well throughout and one such moment saw him bravely deny Wells taking a shot flush in the face. No chance with the striker's opener and wasn’t backed up by his defence for the second after keeping out the initial header.
2. James Bree: 6.5
Caught out with one ball over the top in the first half which led to a chance as like the rest of the team, wasn't on it early on, blighted by some sloppy passing. Improved after the break and won the corner for Town to start their comeback.
3. Kal Naismith: 5.5
Two uncharacteristic errors led to City moving 2-0 in front as he got caught out of position trying to win possession for the first and then outjumped in the build-up for the second. Regained his composure in a far more dominant second half.
4. Matty Pearson: 6
Town's defence had looked fairly until two lapses saw the hosts in front. Couldn’t get back in time to prevent Wells’ effort going in and then left the striker unmarked for his part in the second. Barely tested after the break with Luton a different side.