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Southampton
2 - 0
Bournemouth

NPower League One

St Mary's Stadium

Sat 2nd October

Attendance: 26,289

Referee: Mr K Wright

SouthamptonBournemouth
Lambert 19, 55
Davis     Jalal    
Butterfield     Garry    
Fonte     Pearce    
Seaborne     Bartley     61
Harding     Smith    
Puncheon     Wiggins    
Hammond     Pugh    
Schneiderlin     Robinson    
Lallana     69 Feeney     46
Barnard     80 McQuoid    
Lambert     84 Symes     68
Substitutes
Bialkowski     Stewart    
Dickson     Cummings    
Jaidi     Cooper     46
Guly     84 Hollands     61
Holmes     Taylor    
Chamberlain     69 Bradbury    
Chaplow
 
  80 Fletcher     68
Game Statistics
14
Goal Attempts
4
3
On Target
0
5
Corners
1
12
Fouls
14
1
Yellow Cards
4
54
%
46
Comments...
Southampton escaped in the first minute when Liam Feeney fired in a good shot that came back off of the post with Michael Symes shooting wide of the far post from the rebound. From then on Saints dictated the game and could have won by more but they still have trouble scoring from open play. The game was won in midfield where Hammond and Schneiderlin ruled. Adam Lallana made a massive difference as he played a huge part in the early showing of the team and it was nice to see him back in the starting eleven. The game was a highly competitive game and Bournemouth never conceded and kept going to the end, as did their section of fans who could still be heard trying to rouse their team as the game reached the final minutes. A good game for Saints and though losing the Cherries played their part in the game.
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Writer:SFC Forever
Date:Saturday October 2 2010
Time: 8:35PM

Comments

0
I am dead chuffed with both the power display and the result. Fully deserved the win but wish we could score from open play.
sfc4ghg
02/10/2010 22:51:00
0
Sounded great on the radio and we needed the points badly. Well done boys
VsgirlT
03/10/2010 07:57:00
0
like the way Nigel is starting to turn it around. Now we need to show hat we can continue to improve as we continue our quest for points.
stellarnw
03/10/2010 15:54:00
0
14 goal attempts - can't be bad!
herringthorpe
03/10/2010 18:57:00
0
That was a good day at the office and builds back the hope that we are starting to find our form. Now we need some consistant displays to bring the crowds flocking back.
VSrednwhite
04/10/2010 08:03:00
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