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Southampton
2 - 0
Doncaster

nPower Championship

St Mary's Stadium

Sat 24th March 2012

Attendance: 30,209

Referee: Mr D McDermid

SouthamptonDoncaster
Sharp 2
Davis     Ikeme    
Butterfield     Lockwood    
Fonte     Llunga    
Hooiveldt     Chimbomda    
Fox     Beye    
De Ridder     67 Oster     90
Cork     Barnes     79
Schneiderlin     Gillett    
Lallana     78 Coppinger     65
Lambert     49 Diouf    
Sharp     Piquionne    
Substitutes
Martin     Friend    
Chaplow     49 Brown     79
Harding     Robert     90
Hammond     78 Bennett     65
Barnard     67 Bagayoko    
       
       
Game Statistics
10
Goal Attempts
4
5
On Target
2
3
Corners
3
14
Fouls
12
1
Yellow Cards
3
56
%
44
Comments...
Doncaster came to St Mary's with Saints on a run of 5 wins in six and looking to further strengthen their grip on an automatic promotion spot. The first half was a fairly tense affair but Billy Sharp eased the fears in the second half after Rickie Lambert had been removed after feeling a slight strain. By the end it was business as usual with Saints finally ending up in the comfort zone of holding a two goal lead.

Writer:SFC Forever
Date:Saturday March 24 2012
Time: 5:46PM

Comments

0
I think you missed a few yellows there - Donny got at least 3 and Sharp got one for us
wilfster
24/03/2012 19:32:00
0
Sorted, just glad the ref didn't forget to add the goals. Sharpie in amongst the goals was always going to happen sadly for Donny and at the end he could have had a hat trick.
SFC Forever
24/03/2012 21:31:00
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