Luton Town secured a point from their trip to Mansfield after two goals in the final five minutes and an added time penalty save.

The Stags had looked in a good position to take the points late on after Rhys Bennett prodded the ball home unmarked in the first half, and Lee Angol struck home with just under 20 minutes remaining.

But in the final five minutes of the game, James Collins scored a close range effort before Danny Hylton headed the ball home four minutes.

The two strikes in quick succession duly bought Luton back on level terms, but there was a further twist in added time as a handball by Scott Cuthbert gave Mansfield a penalty in the third minute of added time.

Luton keeper Marek Stech came out as the victor from 12 yards, as the Hatters keeper saved Jimmy Spencer’s spot-kick.

The result sees Luton pick up their first away point of the new season. They remain 5th in the League Two table after the season’s opening four league games.

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