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Luton Town Striker Elijah Adebayo Shines with Improved Performance and Hat-Trick in Victory

By John Adiasi

Luton Town Striker Elijah Adebayo Shines with Improved Performance and Hat-Trick in Victory

Luton Town striker Elijah Adebayo has been praised for his improved performance without the ball by assistant manager Mick Harford.

Harford commended Adebayo’s work-rate and highlighted his understanding of the importance of pressing hard, including pressing the goalkeeper and his assigned opponent.

Adebayo’s tireless efforts have made him a formidable opponent and a difficult player to play against.

Harford also highlighted Adebayo’s versatility, noting his ability to defend set-pieces and his threat in the six-yard box. Adebayo’s hold-up play and pressing have contributed to his success in scoring goals.

Harford expressed his belief that Adebayo has a high ceiling and has the potential for a successful career if he remains focused and continues to work hard.

Adebayo’s performance in the Premier League this season has been impressive, with eight goals to his name.

Luton Town’s victory against Brighton saw them move out of the bottom three for the first time in nearly two months.

Adebayo wasted no time in making an impact in the match, scoring his first goal just 19 seconds into the game. He beat goalkeeper Jason Steele to reach Carlton Morris’s header and nodded the ball home.

Less than two minutes later, Chiedozie Ogbene added a second goal for Luton Town, beating Steele to Albert Sambi Lokonga’s ball over the top and sliding it into the net.Luton Town extended their lead before halftime when Adebayo scored his second goal of the game.

He stayed onside to receive Ross Barkley’s pass and struck the ball inside the near post.

Adebayo completed his hat-trick in the 56th minute, heading in from Alfie Doughty’s corner as Brighton’s defense stood idly by.

Adebayo’s impressive performance and Luton Town’s victory have showcased the striker’s potential and contributed to the team’s climb up the Premier League table.

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