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Southampton 1 v 2 Wolverhampton Wanderers
Barclays Premier League
Sunday, 14th February 2021 Kick-off 12:00

Voting was locked for this match at midnight on Monday 15th February but you may still add your mini match reports. Note that members and non-members alike were able to vote.

Alex McCarthy4.3
Kyle Walker-Peters6.3
Jan Bednarek6.0
Jannik Vestergaard5.8
Ryan Bertrand5.7
Stuart Armstrong7.4
James Ward-Prowse6.3
Oriol Romeu6.3
Takumi Minamino4.6
Danny Ings7.0
Nathan Redmond4.8
Che Adams5.0
Moussa Djenepo3.9
Mohamed Salisu5.2
6.6Rui Patrício
5.1Leander Dendoncker
6.1Conor Coady
5.6Romain Saiss
5.8Nelson Semedo
6.1Ruben Neves
5.9João Moutinho
5.6Jonny Castro Otto
6.1Adama Traore
5.7Willian Jose Da Silva
7.5Pedro Neto
4.6Fernando Marcal
4.3Fabio Silva

Referee3.1 
Match Rating4.8 


Your Southampton v Wolverhampton Wanderers Match Reports

I_would added 16:34 - Feb 14

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ElijahK added 16:42 - Feb 14

Ok fans really need to start doing something about VAR as it’s not only ruining the game by causing us lot to have to wait to celebrate a goal, but is also causing more controversy than it is solving as in the end it’s just a lottery for which way a decision goes! With certain teams (aka Man U and such) always having more tickets that the other clubs!

I mean but with us we just don’t have a bid enough squad and depending on how long Walker-Peters is out for will only show that point even more as unless we win the FA cup Ings is almost certainly going to leave us during the summer transfer market and this is mainly down to our rubbish owner!

But at the same time I do have to ask the question of when you loose 6 back to back games for the first time in your clubs history and loose 9-0 again with practically a year, there does need to be questions asked of the manager as we’ve got Chelsea next which we’re not going to get anything out of and then Leeds which if we loose will just be ridiculous! I mean as much as I love Ralph as a manager and wouldn’t mind having one for longer than a year or so, in the end you do need to start looking at the facts! I mean I said before the game that we practically had our best 11 out with or without our injuries and yet we still loose.

Sorry but honestly I’m getting to a point where I’m just fed up of football and don’t feel like watching even saints anymore seeing that we’ve got a rubbish owner, we can never seem to keep the form and can never keep our best players! But now the FA are contributing to that too by keeping VAR and ruining any match day experience for us fans! I just can’t take it any more...
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WestSussexSaint added 17:09 - Feb 14

I’m getting sick and tired of poor officiating having a material effect on our games. The Bertrand “penalty” decision changed the game. Saints were comfortable before then and the penalty gave Wolves the all the motivation they needed to push on. Even then, let’s have some consistency and give the Wolves handball as a penalty as well.

Saints confidence is fragile at the moment and that is through some poor performances and results but it is so frustrating when it is poor refereeing that artificially changes the course of the game.

Ralph called it post match. It’s destroying the game as the PGMOL needs to be held to account.
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sandywelsh added 17:26 - Feb 14

A terrible Penalty Decision changed the game, if he gave one he had to give both. I dont know why Fraser Forster has been dropped after 4 clean sheets either. We needed to win today to keep away from the lower teams.
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SaintPaulVW added 17:51 - Feb 14

Game of 2 halves. First half we were completely on top. Although you felt we should have got more out of it. Ings, Redmond, Armstrong making some great runs.

Second half a really bad penalty decision. Compounded by the fact that this week's VAR rule is that the ref doesn't need to make use of the technology unless there is a clear and obvious error. The whole point of VAR was to improve decisions. It is not fit for purpose in its current operation and needs to be suspended now.

Nuno had also done a bit of a rejig and motivation at half time as Wolves were now up for it. We didn't seem to be able to raise our game. Ralf didn't change things. The second goal went in. It looked like we could have saved it.

That was it really, apart from a few good passages of play towards the end. Game over.

The KWP injury was another setback.

Tough month coming up but often we can thrive on those.

COYR
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SaintPaulVW added 17:52 - Feb 14

Motivating not motivation
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codge added 17:56 - Feb 14

What another game of giving the game away after a great first haif.So getting sick of this playing out the back and tippy tapping the ball around and giving the ball away.As for replacing Armstrong with Djenepo who is pathetic at the moment who has no clue what he is supposed to do on defense and offers nothing on offense,Redmond has totally lost the plot and why we didn’t play Forster in goal made no sense either.
We can be so frustrating sometimes and why do we start the second half’s so slowly,we try making so many short passes that end up back with the keeper it makes no sense when an occasional long pass wouldn’t get us upfield with one pass instead we have to screw around and end up back passing it backwards to our keeper and put ourselves under pressure.
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KriSaint added 18:57 - Feb 14

Everything looked fine and under control some minutes into the second half. We were one nil up from a brilliant assist by Armstrong and ditto finish from Ings and should have been 2-0 up if Redmond had scored on a good opportunity. Then Bertrand turned his body and tried to block a shot with his back and the ball struck his left hand/underarm, and referee Scott and VAR thought it was penalty of the year. 1-1. That gave totally teethless Wolves a big boost, but we should have had a penalty minutes later when Dendoncker thought he was playing in a handball game and knocked the ball with his right overarm. Referee Scott who saw the incident from close range said no handball and VAR didn´t bother to take time to look closely at Dendonckers handball. In stead Wolves scored a goal from angle zero against a keeper with fractured confidence. We had chances to equalize , but it didn' t happen.
The number of throw-ins and corners the ref. and lines men got wrong was frightning.
1-2. Very disappointing.
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DellBoyWally added 19:00 - Feb 14

Well VAR has clearly shown their anti-Saints bias today!! And supported by the PL which agreed with 2days decisions b4 final whistle
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sidsaint added 20:23 - Feb 14

Any refs left out there who will give us a break?
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halftimeorange added 20:47 - Feb 14

I just hope none of the bottom three go on a run.
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codge added 22:46 - Feb 14

What another game of giving the game away after a great first haif.So getting sick of this playing out the back and tippy tapping the ball around and giving the ball away.As for replacing Armstrong with Djenepo who is pathetic at the moment who has no clue what he is supposed to do on defense and offers nothing on offense,Redmond has totally lost the plot and why we didn’t play Forster in goal made no sense either.
We can be so frustrating sometimes and why do we start the second half’s so slowly,we try making so many short passes that end up back with the keeper it makes no sense when an occasional long pass wouldn’t get us upfield with one pass instead we have to screw around and end up back passing it backwards to our keeper and put ourselves under pressure.
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Peterx added 07:39 - Feb 15

Painful. Bad officiating, including two corner calls that went against us regardless of the inconsistent handballs.

We played a strong team Thursday that probably also lead to us running out of gas in the 2nd half.

KWP injury is a disaster as we are a different team when he plays.

Mystified why we didn't get Tella onto the pitch after his impact on Thursday.

Also had FF in my FPL team as was convinced that he would start.

Also think if you want to play pace up front Long is going to keep the opposition more worried about attacking than Redmond. Except we loaned him out.

We must really be in Financial trouble if we needed to loan Valery out as well. That looks like a horrendous decision given Diallo's injury as he could probably do a job there.
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