Brighton Sits at the top of the Premier League table after thumping newly promoted Side Luton Town in their opening match of the season.
Luton’s last match in the top flight came in 1992 before the Premier League rebrand – but Brighton were worthy winners.
The Seagulls were on fire from the beginning of the match, hitting the post three times.
Brighton had lost top players this summer, with midfielder Alexis Mac Allister having left for Liverpool, goalkeeper Robert Sanchez departed to Chelsea, and Ecuador international Caicedo seemingly also on his way to either Anfield or Stamford Bridge.
Solly March, who had come from the club’s academy, put the visitors in front, heading in a sweet goal in the 35th minute.
Pedro, who had been a threat from the beginning of the match scored a second from the penalty spot, after Lockyer put his arm across the Brazilian in the box.
Carlton Morris converted a penalty, after Lewis Dunk conceded a handball in the penalty box, pulling one back for the visitors.
Adingra who replaced March in the 74th minute sealed the deal for the host after capitalizing on a mistake from Luton’s Pelly Ruddock Mpanzu.
Eighteen-year-old Ireland international Evan Ferguson then tapped in Pervis Estupinan’s cross in stoppage time to cap an impressive start to the campaign for the home side
Six new signings for Luton were handed debuts on the south coast – goalkeeper Thomas Kaminski, wing-backs Ryan Giles and Issa Kabore, midfielder Tahith Chong, center-back Mads Andersen and striker Jacob Brown – but their summer spending has totalled just £17m.