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Highlights: Luton Town 3-0 Bristol City

Watch the key moments as two goals in six minutes and a late own goal brought City’s unbeaten run to an end at Kenilworth Road.

After an end-to-end first half, the first goal in this game would be crucial. And so it came to be when Pelly-Ruddock Mpanzu picked out the top corner to score his first Sky Bet Championship goal for Luton.

Harry Cornick slotted beyond Dan Bentley just six minutes later with the frame of Luton’s goal preventing a debut goal for City’s latest recruit Rodri.

An unfortunate own goal from Ashley Williams, who slid across in an attempt to block Ryan Tunnicliffe's low cross, rubbed salt into the wounds deep into stoppage time.

It had been 14 years since City’s last league visit to Kenilworth Road – 2015 the last meeting in the League Cup - and it was not a result to remember as the result ends the Robins unbeaten streak at ten matches in the Championship.

Lee Johnson's men return to action on Wednesday night when they welcome Charlton Athletic to Ashton Gate (October 23rd, 7.45pm KO).

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