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Southampton
4 - 0
Exeter

npower League One

St Mary's Stadium

Sat 1st Jan 2011

Attendance: 22, 465

Referee: Mr D Phillips

SouthamptonExeter
Guly 2, Lallana, Barnard
Davis     P Jones    
Richardson     Tully     69
Fonte     Duffy    
Seaborne     Taylor    
Harding     B Jones     54
Chamberlain     65 Sercombe    
Schneiderlin     Noble    
Chaplow     83 Golbourne    
Lallana     Harley    
Do Prado     69 Logan    
Lambert     Cureton     69
Substitutes
Bialkowski     Krysiak    
Gobern     83 Archibald-Henville    
Dickson     65 Nardiello     54
Jaidi     Thomson     69
Connolly     O'Flynn     69
Barnard     69 Dunne    
Butterfield     Cozic    
Game Statistics
27
Goal Attempts
11
14
On Target
5
7
Corners
6
18
Fouls
7
59
%
41
Comments...
Southampton continued their fine form with a resounding win at home to Exeter. Guly do Prado finally gave the Saints fans the one thing that has been missing from his game, a goal. To cap it off he showed that he is still improving as he gets adjusted to life with us by bagging a second soon after the restart to send Saints fans into a state of ecstacy. Guly has shown a lot of skill and is no midget so to see him finally add goals to his performance is a massive plus. With Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Adam Lallana doing the business out wide and Richard Chaplow showing why we are a better team with him in it we looked excellent at times. Exeter were not out of it until we scored the second and even then had a chance to get back into contention. They showed enough for us to see why they are as high in the league as they are. Jose Fonte did well at the back and it is looking a lot brighter down at st Mary's now that the team is starting to play as we have been hoping that they will. Join Vital Saints

Writer:SFC Forever
Date:Saturday January 1 2011
Time: 11:05PM

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Great results for the Saints!
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02/01/2011 20:49:00
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