Joe Lolley helped lift Nottingham Forest to within five points of the automatic promotion places after scoring twice as they came from behind to beat Luton Town.
A fine low finish from Hatters forward Harry Cornick, having met Dan Potts’ cut-back pass, had given the Championship’s bottom side a deserved lead after they had piled early pressure on the high-flying hosts.
Simon Sluga’s failure to deal with a tame shot from Lolley, which squeezed in at the near post, allowed Forest back into the game, although the Croatian goalkeeper did atone when he saved well from a Joe Worrall header to ensure it remained all square at the break.
There, however, was no stopping Lolley’s second as the forward cut in off the right wing before unleashing a swerving shot that consigned Luton to a 10th successive league defeat away from home.
Lewis Grabban then took his goal tally to 15 for the season, adding a late third for Forest from the penalty spot after Sonny Bradley blocked a Tiago Silva free-kick with his arm.
More to follow.
Article courtesy of BBC Sport