Luton Town 0-1 Woking

Giuseppe Sole's late goal earned Woking a shock victory and ended Conference leaders Luton's 27-game unbeaten run.

The Cards dominated the first half and Josh Payne's fierce drive cannoned back off the post while Hatters keeper Mark Tyler denied Kevin Betsy three times.

Luton improved after the interval with Jake Howells and Alex Lawless both hitting the post.

Then with three minutes left Keiran Murtagh's shot came back off the bar and Sole headed home the rebound.

The defeat was only Luton's third loss in the league this season, although they still lead second-placed Cambridge by 14 points.

Woking manager Garry Hill told BBC Surrey:

Garry Hill

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Post-match: Woking boss Garry Hill

"I'm very proud, I'm proud for the players and the supporters. Luton were 27 games unbeaten and 14 points clear, and I think people thought how many goals it would be [for them] tonight.

"They've only conceded 11 goals this season, but we were confident, not in a silly way. We were the first team to go up to Halifax and win, the first to win at Gateshead in six months, we went to Barnet and won 3-1.

"We were on the front foot from the off, and we looked the team at the top of the league. We've surprised a lot of people, but not ourselves. That is the best Woking result in many a year, not for Garry Hill, but for everyone at the club [who is] working very hard."

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