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Southampton
4 - 1
Swindon

St Mary's Stadium

Sat 26th Feb 2011

Attendance: 22,627

Referee:

SouthamptonSwindon
Lallana, Lambert, Jaidi, BarnardRitchie
Davis     Lucas    
Butterfield     Caddis    
Fonte     Cuthbert    
Jaidi     Frampton    
Harding     Rose    
Chamberlain     85 Ritchie     68
Hammond     McGovern     64
Chaplow     54 Douglas    
Lallana     Ferry    
Guly     57 Obika     68
Lambert     Grella    
Substitutes
Shea     Smith    
Richardson     Prutton     64
Martin     Timlin    
Schneiderlin     54 Flint    
Gobern     85 O'Brien     68
N'Guessan     Bodin     68
Barnard     57 Amankwaah    
Game Statistics
16
Goal Attempts
5
9
On Target
4
9
Corners
5
8
Fouls
10
55
%
45
Comments...
Saints manager told Radio Solent, 'Maybe we didn't start as brightly as we could have in the second half but we scored some good goals from set plays and we march into March. 'It shows we have got a strong group of players all pulling in the same direction and that's helped us get a very valuable three points 'The lads have done ever so well all season - we scored some very good goals and we could have scored a lot more.' Overall we deserved the win but oh how the team likes to give us the collywobbles first. Now we need to show that we are ready for our run of away matches.

Writer:SFC Forever
Date:Sunday February 27 2011
Time: 1:00PM

Comments

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Stats show we ran the show for long spells but not as much as my mate says. I wish we could score a higher ratio to the chances we get.
sinner92
27/02/2011 14:15:00
0
We nearly always seem to have more shots than who we play. Yes would be good if more of our shots were successful.
SFC Forever
28/02/2011 00:17:00
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