Luon Town managed to get a point against Liverpool in the 11th week of the Premier League.
But the Hatters have another major problem on their hands. That’s because part of a toilet roof at the Kenilworth Road stadium collapsed, leaving a gaping hole and chunks of concrete all over the floor.
Luton came close to taking the three points after taking the lead in the 80th minute through Tahith Chong.
But Luis Diaz, who entered the match in the 84th minute, managed to score in the 95th minute for 1-1.
And the result means Luton are still in the relegation zone with just six points from 10 games.
However, the team that was promoted to the elite of English football in this edition, has another problem.
Incredible footage captured by Daily Telegraph reporter Thom Gibbs during the Liverpool match showed the roof of a men’s toilet in the main stand collapsed.
A large hole could be seen in the ceiling, with piles of debris covering both the floor and the toilet.
Kenilworth Road was built in 1905 after Luton left their previous home in Dunstable Road.
The 11,500-seat arena is nestled between residential buildings, making it the most unique stadium in the country.
Luton redeveloped Kenilworth Road at a cost of €10 million earlier this year, making it media-ready for their first Premier League campaign.