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Southampton 2 v 2 Derby County
FA Cup
Wednesday, 16th January 2019 Kick-off 19:45

Voting was locked for this match at midnight on Thursday 17th January but you may still add your mini match reports. Note that members and non-members alike were able to vote.

Angus Gunn0.0
Kayne Ramsay0.0
Jack Stephens0.0
Jannik Vestergaard0.0
Cedric Soares0.0
Oriol Romeu0.0
James Ward-Prowse0.0
Tyreke Johnson0.0
Mohamed Elyounoussi0.0
Stuart Armstrong0.0
Shane Long0.0
Sam Gallagher0.0
Nathan Redmond0.0
Matt Targett0.0
Callum Slattery0.0
0.0Kelle Roos
0.0Jayden Bogle
0.0Richard Keogh
0.0Fikayo Tomori
0.0Scott Malone
0.0Craig Bryson
0.0Tom Huddlestone
0.0Mason Mount
0.0Martyn Waghorn
0.0Jack Marriott
0.0Harry Wilson
0.0Tom Lawrence
0.0Mason Bennett
0.0Duane Holmes
0.0David Nugent

Referee0.0 
Match Rating0.0 


Your Southampton v Derby County Match Reports

DPeps added 23:08 - Jan 16

A few hours of my life I'm not getting back
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I_would added 23:17 - Jan 16

Redmond back to his 'I'm only going to pass at gunpoint' bolix.
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mikesaint added 23:22 - Jan 16

Well that was a missed opportunity. Still we learnt a few things. The kids are not ready for the premier League, we cant defend, Elyounoussi was a waste of money, Sam Gallagher has got no better and is still not good enough for the Premier League we also need to spend money on 2 or 3 new players.
9


codge added 23:45 - Jan 16

Unbelievable that we continue to do the same over and over. If this doesn't show what we have all been saying for over two seasons now this defense is in need of a major overhaul.As for Elyounoussi pathetic display again not one game has he showed any ability to play in this league and for the life of me don't understand how he is still here.Hope we can come through Saturday with a better result,thinking positive but this is so frickin frustrating.
9


TimSaint added 00:19 - Jan 17

So so many out of their depth tonight, in a jaded, static display that looked more like a Puel / Pell / Hughes team than a Ralf.

Some were too scared to express themselves and others showed they don't have the ability to perform, even against Championship opposition.

Annoyingly, we started so well too, but soon became pedestrian with a lack of pentration and drive.

Even so, we still did enough to win it in normal and extra time - but hey ho, didn't fancy driving to Acc so early on a Saturday anyway.

Poor miss from Redmond and hoped Gunn would have got a little closer to perhaps 1 of the 5 he faced, but so be it. Focus on the league and staying in the Prem now - but at least tonight shows we need shot of lots, some aren't ready and probably won't ever be and we need to buy experience in this window !!
7


allsaint54 added 00:19 - Jan 17

It was like playing with 9 men. Elly a complete waste again apart from 2 touches. 2 more assists from Cedric through inept defending. Time to offload these two & reinvest.
On the plus side another good all round performance from JWP ( & I'm one of his biggest critics). More of the same please. Gallagher didn't look to be the answer up front. Despite not setting the world alight we need to be patient with the kids.
2


KriSaint added 00:45 - Jan 17

We scored 2 in the second half and thereby went in front 2-0 and had the game under controle, but........ despite the fact that we have given away two 2-0 leads away earlier in the season and should have learned from this and avoided it happened for the third time, Derby manage to scored 2 and the match ended 2-2.
No further goals in extra time. Redmond missed his pen -> we lost.
Yes, we didn´t play our strongest starting 11, because we have an important match vs Everton in 3 days, BUT, I, who have follow and supported Saints since I was 12 in 1980, am very, very disappointed with this result.
Sh*t!
Let´s just hope, that this will not influence the momentum we have built up in the PL recently, and that RH has consolidated in his head, that we need at least 1 or 2 new players in this window, a new, very good CB being the most important purchase.
COYS!
3


SanMarco added 08:30 - Jan 17

2-0 leads are not our strong point. At least this sends the message that we need reinforcements loud and clear. Elyounoussi is proving to be a real Les Reed classic isn't he?

How many unmarked headers a few yards out did we let them have?
10


sidsaint added 09:55 - Jan 17

Very disappointed Redmond didn't pass with 2 players in front of an open goal. Nice goal he scored but missed a couple. I thought Ramsay showed promise and did not panic. Elyounoussi a big disappointment but JWP put in a good shift. Johnson has promise but needs more control. Now we have only the league to think about and lets hope our "stars" come back refreshed and on form for Saturday. Also RH must see we need to strengthen in the window.
3


mikesaint added 10:10 - Jan 17

Southampton signed Mohamed Elyounoussi for a reported £16m from Basel. This was to replace Dusan Tadic's £10m departure from the Saints to Ajax. Dusan Tadic has now played 36 games for Ajax and scored 18 goals with 9 assists what has Mohamed Elyounoussi done for Saints.
9


_ added 12:03 - Jan 17

I thought Romeu was our best player. He gets better and better.
8


saintjf added 12:17 - Jan 17

Derby had some really good youngsters playing along with some experienced players. They looked good at times and seemed to want the win more. We still look so fragile that we are better off putting all our energy into staying up.
4


SaintBrock added 19:15 - Jan 17

Ramsey is showing real promise, Gallagher & Slattery are not. For once WP looked more aggressive and determined and won are tackles. Romeu as usual putting in a shift and a half in both defence and attack. At times in the second half we looked a class above but soon ran out of steam and fell back into our old habits.
1


EDLiner added 19:34 - Jan 17

As RH said "If you are 2-0 up in both legs and fail to win, maybe you don't deserve to win". Too many fringe players in the team, Cedric is a right back and not a left back and you could see that certain players are not good enough. El younoussi was not even there for 3/4 of the match before he just did the odd good thing. Johnson put in a great cross for Long but was clearly removed at half time so he didnt get sent off. Sammy G offered nothing and Slattery looked totally lost. I thought JWP was great but apart from that a bit of an off day.
2


KriSaint added 20:46 - Jan 17

Our play was quiet fluent for the first 30 minutes of the second half. Some of the best I have seen this season. Stephens & Vesty played it nicely out from the back.

Gunn will be very disappointed with Derby´s first goal, I think. Nobody seemed to touch the ball from that cross into the box over our defence from the free kick, and the ball just ended in the back of the net :(
0


DelBollo added 20:57 - Jan 17

You moaning f***tards. Singling out players to be scapegoats for every bad result. That's the best you can do trying to explain what went wrong? Get some brains, and start backing the players and the team. You make me sick!
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