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Jason Instintively Punches Home

The Southampton player capped a stunning fightback from the visitors to earn a share of the spoils as he swung a fierce volley into the top left corner of the net after a superb piece of work which saw Luke Shaw break from deep inside his own half.

The youngster raced down the line, and cut inside before crossing the ball into the penalty area where it deflected off Gaston Ramirez and perfectly into Puncheon's path.

Talking on Saints Player Jason said, "It was instinct really," Puncheon said. "I knew that the ball was going to bounce up and once I took a touch I knew it would sit up for me so I just hit it right and it went in.

"It`s always good to get a goal but the most important thing was to get something from the game.

I couldn't agree more and I am sure that there are a lot of Saints fans who will enjoy watching that goal several times.

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Writer:SFC Forever
Date:Thursday January 17 2013
Time: 12:10PM

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Great finish by Jason and the difference in him is astounding. He actually looks happy now.
sfc4ghg
17/01/2013 16:13:00
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Jason did well with that strike but want to see more from him. When firing he is a bloody useful member of our team.
VSrednwhite
17/01/2013 22:55:00
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