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Colchester 0 - Southampton 2 - Stats

Colchester
0 - 2
Southampton

Community Stadium

Sat 5th March 2011

Attendance: 6,523

Referee: Mr Phil Gibbs

ColchesterSouthampton
Oxlade-Chamberlain, Hammond
Williams     Davis    
N Clarke     Butterfield    
White     Fonte    
Heath     Jaidi     70
Izzet     64 Harding    
Wordsworth     63 Oxlade-Chamberlain     87
Coker     Hammond    
James     Chaplow    
Odejayi     80 Lallana    
Henderson     Barnard     79
Mooney     Lambert    
Substitutes
Cousins     Forecast    
Beevers     Richardson     87
Baldwin     Dickson    
Bond     64 Martin     70
Perkins     Reeves    
Vincent     80 Gobern    
Gillespie     63 N'Guessan     79
Game Statistics
9
Goal Attempts
9
4
On Target
5
10
Corners
8
6
Fouls
6
1
Yellow Cards
1
1
Red Cards
Comments...
Colchester made Southampton fight at the start and kept the pressure up when they could but were unable to stop the visitors winning. A well taken first goal quickly followed by Colchester having striker Mooney sent off gave Saints the advantage. Hammond scoring early in the second half gave Saints some breathing space and by the end they were fairly comfortable though unable to completely relax.

Writer:SFC Forever
Date:Saturday March 5 2011
Time: 9:03PM

Comments

0
Stats say it was a close run affair but my mates seem to think we won well. They may be slightly biased but great win for us after Walsall and I enjoyed my drink tonight.
sfc4ghg
05/03/2011 21:39:00
0
Listening, it seemed a close run affair with the U's doing their best to unsettle us at the start. Succeeding as well for a while. We scrapped and got the win we needed and had the pleasure of seeing Aaron Martin play.
SFC Forever
05/03/2011 23:17:00
0
Over 50 years since we won at Colchester and boy did we have to fight. Lambert was brilliant for us today and Kelvin apart from one panic looked assured.
VSrednwhite
05/03/2011 23:31:00
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