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Southampton 2 - Hartlepool 0 - Stats

Southampton
2 - 0
Hartlepool

St Mary's Stadium

Mon 25th April 2011

Attendance: 24,210

Referee: Mr Hooper

SouthamptonHartlepool
Lambert pen, Fonte
Davis     Flinders    
Richardson     Collins    
Fonte     84 Horwood    
Seaborne     Haslam    
Harding     Hartley    
Guly do Prado     69 Humphreys     53
Hammond     Liddle    
Stephens     Gamble    
Lallana     84 Monkhouse    
Connolly     Yantorno     52
Lambert     Sweeney    
Substitutes
Bialkowski     Rafferty    
Dickson     Austin    
Butterfield     McSweeney     52
Martin     84 Behan    
Chaplow     69 Boyd    
Forte     84 Mackay     53
N'Guessan     Larkin    
Game Statistics
12
Goal Attempts
5
10
On Target
4
5
Corners
2
11
Fouls
11
1
Yellow Cards
1
52
%
48
Comments...
Saints kept up the pressure today on Huddersfield winning at home to Hartlepool with some comfort. Lallana had his usual good game and our defence apart from a couple of lapses was never in trouble. Harding was simply superb and has to be the man of the match as he created several moments of magic when going forward and still stood firm at the back when needed.

Writer:SFC Forever
Date:Monday April 25 2011
Time: 8:27PM

Comments

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Funny game which we were always in control of without taking all of our chances to shoot. Connolly did ok and worked quite well with Rickie our penalty king.
sfc4ghg
25/04/2011 21:00:00
0
Always felt comfortable and was certain we would eventually take one of our chances. Hard earned win which keeps us in pole position for the automatic place.
SFC Forever
27/04/2011 08:37:00
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