Manchester City recovered from going into half-time 1-0 down, beating Luton 2-1 this afternoon in the Premier League at Kenilworth Road. We look back at the match with our Luton vs Manchester City stats page.
Luton 1-2 Manchester City Post-Match Facts
- This was Manchester City’s second away Premier League win after conceding the first goal in 2023-24 (also 3-1 v West Ham in September), more than they recorded across 2021-22 (1) and 2022-23 (0) combined in the competition.
- With nine points from 16 Premier League games this season (W2 D3 L11), this is Luton’s lowest ever tally at this stage of a campaign in their Football League history (assuming 3 pts/win all-time).
- Having lost none of the first three Premier League games in which they had been ahead (W2 D1), Luton have since lost both of their last two matches in the competition despite taking a lead in each.
- Manchester City have fallen 1-0 behind in three successive Premier League games for the first time since November 2019 – which was during the last season they failed to win the title.
- Jack Grealish scored the 50th goal of his English club career in all competitions, and his 25th in the Premier League. His strike to put Man City 2-1 ahead came just 171 seconds after Bernardo Silva had equalised.
- Bernardo Silva scored his fourth Premier League goal of the season (13 games), as many as he netted in the whole of last term for Manchester City (34 apps).
- Elijah Adebayo is Luton’s top Premier League scorer this season (four goals), scoring in back-to-back games for the first time in the division.
- Of Adebayo’s 33 league goals for Luton across his career (since 2020-21), 12 have come via headers and 15 have been from inside the six-yard box.
Luton vs Manchester City Timeline
Luton vs Manchester City Stats Centre
Our Opta match centre delivers you all the Luton vs Manchester City stats from Sunday’s Premier League game at Kenilworth Road.
The match centre below includes team and player stats, expected goals data, passing networks, an Opta chalkboard and more. It gives you everything you need to do your own analysis of the game from kick-off and beyond.