Luton Town FC claimed their first-ever Premier League point with a 1-1 draw against 10-man Wolverhampton Wanderers at Kenilworth Road but it was a chance wasted for the Hatters who were by far the better side in an incident-packed contest.
Striker Carlton Morris secured a draw when he sent Jose Sa the wrong way from the spot 25 minutes from time after Joao Gomes had handled. But Luton should have won given they played the majority of the contest with a man advantage after Jean-Ricner Bellegarde was sent off for kicking Tom Lockyer.
They had the majority of possession and amassed 18 shots compared to their opponents' three.
Morris struck a post early in the game and Jacob Brown had three headed chances, while Cauley Woodrow had a goal-bound effort deflected over deep into stoppage time.
Nevertheless, Luton ended up being thankful to former Barnsley man Morris' second goal of the season after they had fallen behind to a superb solo effort from Pedro Neto five minutes after the break.
Luton remain at the foot of the table, although that will change if Burnley lose against Manchester United on Saturday evening.