This match went almost exactly to Ralph Hasenhüttl’s plan, which means the season has a strong chance of going to the plan that Southampton put in place when they appointed the Austrian in December.
They were a rabble back then, with nine points from their first 14 matches of the season. This win took them closer to safety with a tally of 33 points, the same as Brighton, who, in addition to figuring out a way to get past Manchester City in next Saturday’s FA Cup semi-final, must be wary of slipping into the bottom three.
Source: Football News
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