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10 January 2017

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Town cruised to a 4-0 win over the League One side

Hatters boss Nathan Jones was thrilled with his side’s showing in their 4-0 victory over League One side Chesterfield in the Checkatrade Trophy.

Craig Mackail-Smith’s penalty midway through the first half was followed up by a Jack Marriott brace, before substitute Isaac Vassell made it 4-0 late on as he smashed the ball past Lloyd Allinson.

Jones was delighted with his side's win, as he said: “It was wonderful. It was a bit more like us. After the weekend when we weren’t really at it.

“That was a team that was right at it, from the word go we really went for the jugular.

“We pressed high and we had a load of energy about us. We scored a goal from a real good through ball and pace.

“The second goal was exactly the same, the fourth one was exactly the same and it could have been more, without being disrespectful or anything.

“We had opportunities to put the game to bed a lot earlier, but I am delighted.

“It’s lifted me actually a little bit after the weekend.”

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