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MK Dons 0 - Southampton 3 - Stats

MK Dons
0 - 3
Southampton

League Division One

Stadium MK

20/03/2010

Attendance: 10,570

Referee: Mr C Webster

MK DonsSouthampton
Lambert 3
Gueret     Davis    
Lewington     Harding    
Doumbe     Fonte    
McCracken     Mills    
Tunnicliffe     Seaborne    
Carrington     53 Puncheon    
Leven     Hammond    
Chadwick     Schneiderlin     90
Randall     Lallana    
Easter     64 Lambert     76
Wilbraham     Barnard     81
Substitutes
Woodards     Bialkowski    
Davis     Perry    
Powell     Wotton     90
Gleeson     53 James    
Gobern     64 Papa Waigo     76
Howell     Connolly     81
Morgan     Oxlade-Chamberlain    
Game Statistics
10
Goal Attempts
10
7
On Target
6
3
Crosses
4
7
Corners
9
11
Fouls
19
4
Yellow Cards
3
42
%
58
Comments...
Rickie Lambert took all the plaudits with his second half hat-trick. A solid performance by Southampton that became better once Lambert found his shooting boots which kept Saints faint hopes alive of a playoff spot.
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Writer:SFC Forever
Date:Sunday March 21 2010
Time: 10:24AM

Comments

0
Hehe. We won and sounded as though we did it well in the end. Good show boys and please can we have another good show on Tuesday.
VSgirlT
21/03/2010 10:34:00
0
Four wins out of four against Paul Ince. Don't get much better than this. Now we have to keep on winning.
VS sparkle
21/03/2010 15:51:00
0
Well done we won. Not the best show onn earth but once Rickie began to score it suddenly looked so much rosier.
sfc4ghg
21/03/2010 18:16:00
0
The statistics show that we had the largest share of the game and that alone does little to explain why the Donshad as many shots as us. Were their attacks swifter than ours.?
SFC Forever
21/03/2010 20:32:00
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