Nigerian youngster Elijah Adebayo continues his impressive performance for English Championship side Luton Town football club on Wednesday night, as he netted a brace in their remarkable 5-0 victory over Coventry FC.
The 23 years old was given another starting role by coach Jones, and he was able to play a vital role in his team's convincing victory over their opponent.
Elijah Adebayo started in the home team's attack alongside Harry Cornick and Jordan Clark and the trio were superb for the host in the game.
Nigerian youngster Elijah Adebayo opened scoring for the home team in the 3rd minutes via a beautiful penalty kick. Harry Cornick made it 2-0 in the 18th minutes and Luke Berry made it 3-0 in the 30th minutes, before Elijah Adebayo scored his second goal of the game in the 45th minutes to end the first half 4-0.
England star Harry Cornick netted the last goal of the game in the 58th minutes after receiving an assist from Luke Berry to end the match 5-0 in favour of the host.
Elijah Adebayo was superb for the home team throughout the whole duration of the game, and he was able to mark his excellent performance with a brace.
The Nigerian will now be looking forward to continuing his impressive performance for the club when they play their next League match this weekend.
The 5-0 victory over Coventry City FC has now taken Luton Town FC to the 9th spot of the English Championship table with 13 points from 10 matches played.
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