Luton Town celebrated the return of some of their fans through the leadership of Norwich City for their first defeat in 11 Championship Games.
In front of a limited home of a thousand ballet supporters, Nathan Jones’ Hatters won on Kenilworth Road for the first time in two months.
Jim Moncourt and Mattie Pearson both scored three goals apiece for both Emiliano Buendia and Hana Norwich was awarded a penalty.
But Luton wrapped up three points early in the second half for a handball against James Collins’ modified lucky Grant Hanley, with their own equally soft penalty.
With four points in the play-offs, it was in Jose’s favor, and with Norwich at the top, Watford and Reading wasted their chances to top the canaries, both of which were kept away from home.
The Hatters, who beat Cardiff 4-0 on Saturday, have scored just three times in their previous five home games. However, it took only 47 minutes to match their productivity level.
They scored three times in the league for the first time since last season’s final, equaling their 3-0 League Cup win over Norwich in their first game of the season on 2 September.
Lytton went ahead in the 15th minute when Mankur cut from the right to put a curler on the bottom of the right-foot outside the post. Nevertheless, within four minutes Norwich had arrived at the disputed stage from the scene.
James Shea was tried to bring down Prozemisla Plachetta, the Luton guard was charged with raping her from her line which forced the Norwich man to spread himself in the box.
After finding the left corner under the right foot’s attempt, Buendia carried more punishment and sent Shia astray.
But, just three minutes later, when defender Pearson was heading home on a Rice Norrington-Davis cross, Luton was in the front again.
Within minutes of the start of the second half, Norwich was knocked down by the close attention of defender Hanley Collins, but was handled harshly for handling the ball while lying on the deck, and referee Darren England awarded his second penalty of the night. .
Collins sent a resulting spot-kick to Kenilworth Road for his fourth home goal of the season – they were all against Norwich and got a hat-trick. League Cup tie in September, When his three strikes that day all came in the last 11 minutes.
Luton Town Manager Nathan Jones told BBC Three County:
“They had a lot of possession as they are the best team in the league but we deserve it. We saw offensive and we beat two more.
“The fans were a huge help Saturday We were a few miles away from where we needed to be in Cardiff on Saturday but one great way to get back The work was awesome.
“I had my worst performance as a Luton manager on Saturday, but it was probably the best that I was very happy with this performance.”
Norwich City boss Daniel Fark told BBC Radio Norfolk:
“There was an original decision against us but I don’t want to think about it. Perhaps the referee was influenced by their supporters.
“Grant Hanley was fouled. He had his hand on the ball but he was fouled before coming down.
“We didn’t have a lot of attacking players so it was difficult to create chances. Three of our proper strikers were injured. But conceding three goals was the problem.”
- DShiaBooked in 18 minutes
- DCranyReplaced forBrieat 45 ‘Minutes
- 22Dewsbury-HallReplaced forPotat 90 + 4 ‘Minutes
- 14MankurReplaced forMorrellat 70 ‘Minutes
- 27Get off
- 19Lungi Serensen
- 27TateReplaced forVrancicat 72 ‘Minutes
- 17Good dayReplaced forZimmermanat 71 ‘MinutesBooked in 85 minutes
- 24MartinReplaced forOmotoat 85 ‘Minutes
- 11BladeBooked in 33 minutes
- 44For omobams
- Darren England
Match end, Luton Town 3, Norwich City 1.
Second Half ends, Luton Town 3, Norwich City 1.
Corner, Norwich City Jordan Clark agrees.
Replacement, Luton Town. Dan Potts instead of Kirenan Deusbury-Hall.
Corner, Norwich City Reyes Norrington-Davis agreed.
Attempt blocked. From the right side of the box, Przmisla Plachata (Norwich City) has blocked the left foot shot.
Corner, Norwich City Mattie Pearson agreed.
James Collins (Luton Town) right footed shot from outside the box was saved in the center of the goal. James Brie helped.
Christoph Zimmermann (Norwich City) won a free kick in the defensive half.
Foul by Jordan Clark (Luton Town).
Michael McGovern (Norwich City) won a free kick in the defensive half.
Foul by James Collins (Luton Town).
Corner, Luton Town Honorable Marco Steeperman.
Replacement, Norwich City. Tires Omoto instead of Josh Martin.
Christoph Zimmermann (Norwich City) has been shown a yellow card for a foul.
Foul by Christoph Zimmermann (Norwich City).
Rice Norrington-Davis (Luton Town) won a free kick in the left wing.
Offside, Norwich City’s Christoph Zimmerman tried with the ball, but Jacob Lungi Serensen was caught offside.
Attempt blocked. Christoph Zimmermann (Norwich City) has a right foot shot blocked from outside the box. Assisted by Ben Gibson.
Corner, Norwich City Consent James Brie.
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