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Southampton 2 - Tranmere 0

League One

St Mary's Stadium

Sat 9th October

Attendance: 19,293

Referee: Mr Ward

Southampton
2 - 0
Tranmere
Lambert, Lallana
 
 
Venue: St Mary's Stadium
 
Attendance: 19,293
The Teams
Davis
 
 
 
Gulacsi
 
 
Butterfield
 
 
 
Cresswell
 
 
Seaborne
 
 
 
Wood
 
 
Fonte
 
 
 
Blanchard
 
 
Harding
 
 
 
Wootton
 
 
Puncheon
 
 
79
 
McClaren
 
 
Hammond
 
 
 
Welsh
 
 
Chaplow
 
 
 
Mendy
 
 
65
Lallana
 
 
86
 
Showunmi
 
 
Lambert
 
 
 
Jennings
 
 
75
Guly do Prado
 
 
63
 
Akins
 
 
59
Substitutes
Bialkowski
 
 
 
Collister
 
 
Dickson
 
 
 
Cathalina
 
 
Jaidi
 
 
 
Bakayogo
 
 
Holmes
 
 
86
 
Fraughan
 
 
65
Barnard
 
 
63
 
Power
 
 
Chamberlain
 
 
79
 
Moore
 
 
59
Bignall
 
 
 
Morrow
 
 
75
Game Statistics
17
Goal Attempts
5
9
On Target
1
12
Corners
4
9
Fouls
5
53
%
47
Comments...
Southampton duly won their second home game and did so with relative ease. MOM for today will have to be Guly do Prado who was given a standing round of applause when being substituted in the second half. It must have been music to his ears to hear his name being sung again and again by the home crowd. Puncheon who has regained his form was cheered off as was Saints golden boy Adam Lallana, when they were replaced by Chamberlain and Holmes. Next week should be another good game with us travelling to Huddersfield. A result there will let everbody know that we are back and firing.




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Date:Saturday October 9 2010

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I'm sure we had more shots than that. Totally dominated and never looked to be in danger at the back. The team looks much better with the way it is beginning to play and it looks as though Nigel is getting his message across.
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