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Yeovil 0 - Southampton 1 - Stats

Yeovil
0 - 1
Southampton

League One

Huish Park

Sat 17th April 2010

Attendance: 7,484

Referee: Mr O Langford

YeovilSouthampton
Barnard
McCarthy     Davis    
Alcock     Harding    
Forbes     Seaborne    
Caulker     Fonte    
Smith     Otsemobor     84min
Tomlin     Puncheon    
Kalala     Hammond     84min
McDonald     Schneiderlin    
G Williams     Antonio     46min
Welsh     Lallana    
Bowditch     88min Lambert    
Substitutes
Martin     Bialkowski    
Jones     Perry    
Stam     Jaidi    
Davies     Wotton    
Murtagh     88min Papa Waigo     84min
Murray     Barnard     46min
    Connolly     84min
Game Statistics
9
Goal Attempts
11
2
On Target
5
4
Corners
11
7
Fouls
14
2
Yellow Cards
3
0
Red Cards
1
56
%
44
Comments...
Southampton started like a house on fire but Yeovil gradually extinguished the fire and ended up having the clearest chances. Morgan getting sent off seemed to galvanise the Saints at the end of the game as they changed their subs and went for broke. A defender and a midfielder were removed with two strikers coming on and the gamble paid off in the third minute of added on time with Lee Barnard scoring with a header from a Papa Waigo cross.
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Writer:SFC Forever
Date:Saturday April 17 2010
Time: 10:14PM

Comments

0
listening to the radio this became a lot harder than even i as a born again pessimist had accepted as possible. I expected a hard game but to win seconds from the end of the game is not something for which our club is well known. Brilliant.
VSrednwhite
17/04/2010 22:53:00
0
We won and may have been a little lucky to do it but we won. It don't matter now cos I don't think we can catch Hudders now.
VSgirlT
18/04/2010 19:51:00
0
Hard listening yesterday but I agree. It is not how we win right now just that we do.
stellarnw
18/04/2010 20:59:00
0
We got three points that at half-time we had fully deserved. Yeovil did much better in the second half until the last ten minutes when AP threw caution to the wind.
sfc4ghg
18/04/2010 23:36:00
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