Brentford 7-0 Luton: Classy Bees hammer Hatters as Josh Dasilva nets hat-trick
Brentford vs Luton
Sky Bet Ch’boat
3:00pm Saturday November
Since riot ran at a 7-0 rout of all strugglers Luton josh Dasilva grabbed his Football League hat-trick.
The former Arsenal man made sure he kept the match ball, finishing from the penalty spot with four minutes to go, to include to strikes against Bryan Mbeumo, Ollie Watkins, Mathias Jensen and Said Benrahma.
The Bees took half an hour to break the deadlock, Mbeumo capitalising on a mix-up involving Dan Potts along with goalkeeper James Shea to squeeze the ball home within the near post.
They stretched their lead Dasilva teased his marker before slipping a pass.
It had been four shortly as Jensen handed the ball home using a smart end within the near upright when individual drama was rewarded.
Dasilva grabbed his first of the afternoon five minutes before the break after he toyed with two Hatters defenders before curling a wonder inside the far post from the edge of their box and transferring the ball.
He added to his tally in first-half stoppage time, firing home a low drive after a slick move that was eight-man along with his less-favoured right foot.
Luton’s cause wasn’t helped half-time substitute Brendan Galloway went down off the ball minutes and was stretchered off leaving Luton to play the match with 10 guys when.
Brentford were callous, and that they added to their tally, which makes both short of their win over Wrexham.
First Pelly Ruddock hauled Watkins in the box with the ball going out of play down and also Shea was sent the wrong way from the spot in the 70th minute by Benrahma.
Along with also the mauling was finish four minutes when the Bees carved open the visitors’ defence after more and Potts felled Benrahma to get Dasilva to secure his hat-trick.
It could have been double figures in a one-sided affair that saw when Ruddock forced a smart save low down on Bees goalkeeper David Raya forced into action.
Before center Ethan Pinnock saw the line cleared off by James Bree watkins was denied by Shea’s legs through the half after a lightning-quick interchange between Benrahma and Dasilva.
The Hatters endured what looked like a penalty shout when Mbeumo had been hauled back into the box, however it was just a temporary reprieve.
After the period, Mbeumo and Dasilva both went close with dipping efforts before Benrahma forced a save with a glowing free-kick that beat him at the post from Shea.
To Luton, who have not shipped seven since a 7-1 FA Cup defeat at Grimsby in 1996 and so had been suffered at Lincoln in December 1966 the whistle couldn’t arrive soon enough in the long run.