Luton 2-2 Blackpool: Jason Cummings late strike seals point
Last Updated: 06/04/19 7:56pm
Jason Cummings snatched a late equaliser for 10-man League One leaders Luton as they salvaged a 2-2 draw against Blackpool - setting a club record of 28 league games unbeaten.
With just four minutes to go, Cummings - who had only been on the pitch for four minutes - squeezed his shot into the corner to earn the table-toppers a point.
In the first half, Town took the lead after six minutes when Kazenga LuaLua's low cross was swept home by James Collins for a 22nd goal of the season.
Blackpool levelled on the half-hour when Crystal Palace loanee Nya Kirby volleyed home his first senior goal from 20 yards.
After the break, Hatters goalkeeper James Shea made an excellent save from Armand Gnanduillet's header.
Luton were dealt a huge blow when Collins was sent off on the hour after picking up two yellows in two minutes, the second a lunging challenge on Matty Virtue.
Blackpool took immediate advantage with Virtue hammering home from a corner just 60 seconds later.
Shea saved crucially from Gnanduillet, before Cummings ensured Luton picked up a draw, while fellow substitute George Moncur almost won it at the death.