Luton Town were beaten 3-0 at home by Hull City after conceding all of their goals after half-time.

The game had been poised at 0-0. But after the hour mark, Hull struck through a Kevin Stewart brace and a Kamil Grosicki goal.

Luton had possession in the early stages but struggled to create concrete opportunities to do a lot with it, with their best chance seeing Harry Cornick fire wide. Hull improved in the opening half, with Jackson Irvine and Tom Eaves firing off target.

Hull opened the scoring just after the hour, as Luton failed to deal with an attack and Stewart responded by firing a thunderbolt past Simon Sluga.

Luton’s best chances came just after, as a lashed shot from Ryan Tunnicliffe was touched wide by George Long and both James Bree and James Collins had efforts denied at the consequent corner.

It became 2-0 in the final stages, as Grosicki scored for the third straight Hull game by cutting inside and lashing a shot at goal that Sluga couldn’t block.

Hull got a third late on in messy circumstances, as Jarrod Bowen’s initial shot went just beyond Sluga, and after Sluga and Dan Potts got in a mess, Stewart tapped the ball in after Potts looked to block the ball from wholly crossing the line with his hand.

The result means back-to-back defeats for Luton, ahead of a Carabao Cup tie with Premier League outfit Leicester City and next weekend’s trip to Blackburn Rovers.