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We asked you for your thoughts on Tuesday's match between Luton Town and Brighton.

Here are some of your comments:

Luton fans

Andrew: When Lockyer walked out before kick-off, I knew something special was going to happen. That result was incredible. What a game, what a team, what a club. Any team with 25 points or less are now facing potential relegation because Luton are staying up.

David: Phenomenal display! Brighton were forced into error after error. The sheer volume of noise generated by the crowd clearly discomforted Brighton. Most Premier League grounds generate such little atmosphere.

Ross: As a Luton fan, that is a result beyond our wildest dreams. We’ve been so unfortunate against the big teams, so to come out and produce a performance like that is incredibly special. Brighton never came close to scoring even when chasing the game.

Rob: I hope teams, fans and pundits will take us seriously now. We absolutely dismantled Brighton. This is such a special club. Six of the starting 11 joined the club on free transfers, including Ross Barkley. What a team, what a club!

Brighton fans

Nicolas: The performance was shocking. They looked like they were playing in my local Sunday league. We were trying to play the long ball sometimes, I don’t know why, and the passing was horrible. This reminds me of Villa Park away. Hopefully it’s just a one off and Brighton can go back to their peak.

Steve: Loss of all composure. Sure, 2-0 down inside three minutes doesn't help, and Luton pressed hard, but so have other teams and we have overcome that tactic. Let's just say 'bad day at the office' and move on. Nothing needs to change.

Noddy: Well that was fun, wasn't it! Brighton haven't played like that since being in League Two. It was just a bad day at the office for them. When we play a cup game, the game immediately after we just can't seem to get it together. I'm just looking forward to doing one over Palace at the weekend.

Robin: Having supported Brighton for 60 years, the time under Roberto de Zerbi has been without doubt the most enjoyable. Win lose or draw, it's generally always entertaining. If you said Brighton were in the top half of the Premier League, last 16 in the Europa League after a 140-mile round trip to Gillingham, I would've said don’t be silly. So, the odd silly result is OK.

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