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Southampton 0 v 9 Leicester City
Barclays Premier League
Friday, 25th October 2019 Kick-off 20:00

Voting was locked for this match at midnight on Saturday 26th October but you may still add your mini match reports. Note that members and non-members alike were able to vote.

Angus Gunn2.0
Jan Bednarek2.3
Maya Yoshida1.9
Jannik Vestergaard1.6
Yann Valery1.6
James Ward-Prowse1.8
Oriol Romeu2.5
Pierre Hojbjerg2.0
Ryan Bertrand1.5
Danny Ings3.6
Nathan Redmond3.3
Jack Stephens2.1
Stuart Armstrong2.9
Kevin Danso2.2
7.1Kasper Schmeichel
7.8Ricardo Pereira
7.4Jonny Evans
7.5Caglar Soyuncu
8.2Ben Chilwell
7.7Onyinye Ndidi
8.9Ayoze Perez
8.2Youri Tielemans
8.2James Maddison
7.9Harvey Barnes
8.3James Vardy
6.6Demarai Gray
6.5Marc Albrighton

Referee5.2 
Match Rating2.3 


Your Southampton v Leicester City Match Reports

Ali_Diarea added 07:56 - Oct 26

Should be a wake up call for the owners...
Doubt it though!
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CommonSaint added 08:26 - Oct 26

Unfortunately you do not have a minus rating. If there was all saints players would be MINUS 10 but 1 is lowest I can score terrible performance team, Manager,coaches and the Owner should hang there heads in shame a disgrace to the red and white stripes something is drastically wrong within this club Championship and lower beckons
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Phil_looks_sharp added 08:32 - Oct 26

I’m a grown man and I feel like crying over the gradual demise of our once great club. Unfortunately the Premier League has moved on and improved. We have NOT.
Not one of our players looked anywhere near Premier League standard. The gradual decline has happened in front of our very eyes
Major heads should roll over this - Saints don’t deserve their great support. I would say our darkest day as a club on the playing side.
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davidargyll added 08:39 - Oct 26

I read that the owners are standing behind RH.
The fact is simply he cannot stay. The players are clearly not playing for him and the crowd leaving at half time last night including me speaks volumes. Hell will be so heavily jeered at at the next home game it will be impossible.
No matter what the Board say now it’s only a matter of time. The sooner he goes the better.
I reckon it’s 2 weeks max.
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the_saint added 08:58 - Oct 26

Sacking hoff is not the answer but I dont know what is. fans in northam booing gunn but just look at what he has in front of him.it reminds me of the shooting practice goalkeepers do before the game
Sorry nick i know u dont like fans saying this but we are rotton to the core
4


dirk_doone added 10:24 - Oct 26

As we're talking about player ratings here, there were some shocking performances from several Saints players but I never want to see Vestergaard in a Saints shirt again (unfortunately we probably will).

He can't run, he can't jump but what was worst of all in this game, he hardly even tried to tackle or block. Watch him in the replays of the Leicester goals. He just gave up.
5


codge added 10:27 - Oct 26

Having supported Saints for over 65yrs to see a team quit was difficult to watch to say the least.I will excuse lngs and Gunn in this game but the rest of this sorry arsed bunch should never be allowed to wear the Saints shirt again. Even if Bertrand hadn't been sent of l believe it would of been probably the same outcome,completely gave up and gutless performance from a bunch of over paid prima donnars.We now have a manager who has lost the plot completely and a team who don't give a sh?te, were we go from here is anybody's guess but l fear it's not onwards and upwards.
5


underweststand added 10:39 - Oct 26

Totally exploited by a team that didn't mind getting their heads wet, and further highlighting the unsolved problems from last season. Ineffective defence, weak/ lightweight MF with no "muscle or bite " , and too many players being forced into formations that don't suit (whatever is)... their best position.
It's pointless to push JWP to wingback at every sub. change, he is not a defender and Redmond is only a shadow of his showing last season terrorising defences and scoring goals. Danny Ings is a lone striker.

Many fans can recite team line-ups from memorable games (even from decades ago), but those who played in last night's debacle will bear the shame of being mentioned in the same breath as.... the 0-9 game.
Sad is too mild a word to describe feelings today.
4


I_would added 11:07 - Oct 26

RH out!
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aceofthebase added 11:58 - Oct 26

RH 0.0
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