Brentford ran riot at Griffin Park with a 7-0 rout of strugglers Luton Town.

Josha Dasilva hit his first career hatrick as he finished the scoring from the spot with four mintues to go.

Dasilva added to goals from Bryan Mbeumo, Ollie Watkins, Mathias Jensen and Said Benrahma to give Thomas Frank the biggest win of his Bees career.

Early Start

It took just six minutes for the rutheless Bees to break the deadlock, with Frenchman Mbeumo capitalising on a mix-up between at the back to squeeze the ball home inside the near post.

Watkins doubled the lead on the half hour after Dasilva teased his marker before slipping a slide-rule pass to the clubs' top scorer to fire home from close range.

It was three shortly afterwards when patient build-up play was rewarded as Jensen passed the ball home with a clever reverse finish inside the near upright.

Dasilva grabbed his first of the afternoon five minutes before the break when he toyed with two Hatters defenders before curling a sublime effort to the far post from the edge of the box.

He added to his tally in first-half stoppage time, firing home a low drive with his less-favoured right foot after a slick eight-man move.

Half-time substitute Brendan Galloway summed up Luton's luck a he went down off the ball moments after the restart and was stretchered off leaving Luton to play out the game a man light.

Brentford were ruthless, and despite being in the comfort zone they added two more to their tally, leaving them two short of the clubs' 64-year record win, a 9-0 win over Wrexham.

First Pelly-Ruddock Mpanzu hauled down Watkins in the box with the ball going out of play to allow Benrahma get on the score sheet.

The mauling was complete four minutes from time when the Bees carved open the visitors' defence once more and Benrahma was fouled in the box before allowing Dasilva to dot he honours from the spot to secure his hat-trick.