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Football Scores: Derby County 2-2 Luton Town

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Derby County extended their unbeaten run to four games as they shared the spoils with Luton Town in one of the high-scoring football scores of the weekend in the Championship. Tom Lawrence gave the hosts the lead after 20 mins with the visitors equalizing at the start of the second half through Fred Onyedinma. Jason Knight then once again gave the Rams the lead in the 60th minute although it was Luton that got the last goal of the game in the 83rd minute when Elijah Adebayo headed home.

Managers Reaction

Derby’s Wayne Rooney: “It was a tough one to take. I felt we did enough to win the game, scored two good goals, and then we conceded two very sloppy goals which we haven’t been doing. We know long throw-ins are difficult to deal with but we’ve dealt really well with them of late so that was disappointing to concede from that.”

Luton’s Nathan Jones: “The performance levels were nowhere near and we looked energy-less for lots of the first half. We shot ourselves in the foot, we made changes and we started the second half like a house on fire, got the goal but then a bit of a sucker punch again.” he added. “We had to show a load of character and I’m really pleased after two away games and four points against two really difficult sides. Considering we were way off our levels we’ve come away from a difficult place with a point which shows we have something about us.”

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