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Bristol Rovers
1 - 5
Southampton

Millenium Stadium

Tues 13th April 2010

Attendance: 8,607

Referee: Mr Crossley

Bristol RoversSouthampton
Hughes (pen)Lambert 43,45, Schneiderlin 53, Lallana 73, Puncheon 75
Anderson     Davis    
Coles     Harding    
Elliott     49 min Seaborne    
Anthony     Fonte    
Jones     Otsemobor    
Lines     Puncheon     76 min
Campbell     Hammond    
Hughes     Schneiderlin    
Blizzard     Antonio     81 min
Williams     Lambert     79 min
Kuffour     Lallana    
Substitutes
Evans     Bialkowski    
Regan     49 min Perry    
Wright     James    
Reece     Wotton    
Swallow     Papa Waigo     76 min
Duffy     Barnard     79 min
Richard     Connolly     81 min
Game Statistics
8
Goal Attempts
14
3
On Target
9
6
Corners
11
8
Fouls
13
1
Yellow Cards
1
43
%
57
Comments...
Saints went to Bristol Rovers knowing that only a win would suffice. Dominating from the start they came close before Rovers took the lead against the run of play. Rovers took the lead from the penalty spot and came very close to adding a second before Saints hit back. Rickie Lambert scored twice just before half time and kept his word by not celebrating as normal. In the second half Saints added three more with Morgan Schneiderlin finally breaking his duck with his first goal for Saints and number three for Saints on the night. Lallana and the Puncheon scored last two to wrap up the win in style.

Writer:SFC Forever
Date:Tuesday April 13 2010
Time: 11:02PM

Comments

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the thing that makes me angry is the way we have lost games to inferior sides because of poor conditions. Poor selections have cost us when a couple of fighters would have given us more points and we might even have made more than the play-offs.
sfc4ghg
13/04/2010 23:56:00
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Happy days are here again. We have scored five away from home and now we need to do something like hat on Saturday please boys.
stellarnw
14/04/2010 23:07:00
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If only they hadn't taken that 10 points away. Southampton have to take this into next season and build on it, to get back where they belong and that is a higher league than they are now.
Buzz Lightyear
15/04/2010 14:44:00
0
Hope that you are right Buzz. Scared that we will lose a couple of our players in the summer. Barnard maybe one cos can't see him being happy as a bit part player.
sfc4ghg
15/04/2010 18:42:00
0
Wasn't the -10 that did it for us. It was the late start we had before we could add to our squad. We never got goin till October.
VS sparkle
15/04/2010 21:39:00
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