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Boro v Luton Town (A) 3-3 (Fletcher, Assombalonga, Wing)

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LUT 12 attempts 4 on target
BORO 17 attempts 8 on target

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I’m not sure if this has been touched upon, but what did people who were there think of the atmosphere? 

A lot of posters on here (myself included) have spoken about wanting to feel connected to the club again. I thought the atmosphere at Luton, especially pre-match, was the best away atmosphere I’ve been in since under Karanka. For the first time in the longest time, it felt like everyone was pulling in the same direction. It was pretty refreshing and long may it continue! 

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