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Southampton 0 - Brighton 0

League Division One

St Mary's Stadium

23rd November

Attendance: 26,237

Referee: Mr Iain Williamson

Southampton
0 - 0
Brighton
 
 
Venue: St Mary's Stadium
 
Attendance: 26,237
The Teams
Kelvin Davis
 
 
 
Ankergren
 
 
Frazer Richardson
 
 
 
Greer
 
 
Radhi Jaidi
 
 
 
El-Abd
 
 
35
Jose Fonte
 
 
 
Calderon
 
 
Ryan Dickson
 
 
 
Painter
 
 
Alex Chamberlain
 
 
87
 
Battipiedi
 
 
53
Dean Hammond
 
 
 
Bennett
 
 
Morgan Schneiderlin
 
 
75
 
Dicker
 
 
Adam Lallana
 
 
 
Kishishev
 
 
Lee Barnard
 
 
75
 
Barnes
 
 
65
Rickie Lambert
 
 
 
Wood
 
 
Substitutes
Bartosz Bialkowski
 
 
 
Brezovan
 
 
Danny Butterfield
 
 
87
 
Tarrico
 
 
Aaron Martin
 
 
 
Dunk
 
 
35
Guly do Prado
 
 
75
 
Baz
 
 
Lee Holmes
 
 
75
 
Hart
 
 
Oscar Gobern
 
 
 
Smith
 
 
53
Ryan Doble
 
 
 
Murray
 
 
65
Game Statistics
21
Goal Attempts
8
11
On Target
3
9
Corners
10
18
Fouls
13
2
Yellow Cards
4
52
%
48
Comments...
Saints keeper Kelvin Davis made a couple of good saves and then capped his evening by saving a well taken penalty by guessing the right way to go and thwarting Chris Woods who must have thought he was going to score. In a very one sided first half Saints must have wondered how they failed to score such was their domination of the half. The second half was a much tighter affair and Brighton shaded the half and could have led through the penalty but for Davis performing his weekly minor miracle. Brighton had El-Abd injured as he blocked heroicly a shot attempt on Brighton's goal and was carried off. Hopefully he will be ok for the next match though youngster Dunk did a superb job covering for him. No goals were scored in the end but this was far from being a boring 0-0 draw.




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Date:Thursday November 25 2010

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It is about time we learned how to turn chances into goals. Too many games have passed where we miss loads of chances or just fail to beat the keeper. only good thing is that we are starting to look a lot better defensively as a unit.
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