A stoppage time equaliser left Luton Town frustrated as they drew 2-2 with Cheltenham Town away from home.

Will Boyle’s goal in the 95th minute, which saw home goalkeeper Scott Flinders credited with an assist, ensured Luton ended the top 3, although they would’ve moved to top spot had they held out.

Luton scored first as Dan Potts headed in at a corner. The visitors also saw Danny Hylton head wide when well placed.

Jamie Grimes equalised for the Robins when he bundled in from close range at a corner in the latter stages of the first half.

The Hatters missed chances either side of half-time to bag a leveller, but looked to have found a winner in the final 5 minutes of normal time when Olly Lee flicked the ball in after a free-kick landed at his feet.

But Nathan Jones’ side couldn’t hold out to claim all 3 points, as Marek Stech gave a corner away and from the kick, Cheltenham bundled the ball over the line to grab a point and deny the Hatters the victory.

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