Conquered Southampton Swansea in the Cage Himself

Conquered Southampton Swansea in the Cage Himself

Conquered Southampton Swansea in the Cage Himself

Southampton – Southampton 0-1 defeat when faced with Swansea City at St Mary’s, Monday (02/02/2015) pm dawn. Thus, Soton stuck in fourth place Premier League standings.

Create Southampton, this is their seventh defeat of the season and a third defeat on home soil. The last time the Saints midweek before this is when defeated Manchester United 1-2, December 8, 2014.

With this result, Southampton stuck in fourth place of the standings with a value of 42. They were evicted from the third position by the United the previous day’s 3-1 win over Leicester City.

Meanwhile, Swansea was ninth with a collection of 33. Build the team made by Garry Monk, this is the first victory in the last five games. Previously, Swansea won two draws and lost twice –1-4 of Liverpool and 0-5 from Chelsea.

Swansea did not win easily. Southampton said that playing as the host appears dominant from the start. ESPNFC noted, the team made by Ronald Koeman won control of the ball up to 63%.

It is so, Southampton also has a lot of experiments to score –15 attempts with 6 of them on target. While Swansea only has 6 attempts and only one targeted. However, the only attempt on target Swansea fruiting be scored.

The only goal was created by a bald-headed midfielder, Jonjo Shelvey. Ex-Liverpool player creates a beautiful goal with a hard kick from outside the box in the 83rd minute.

Create Shelvey, it was his second goal of the season. The goal broke the deadlock Swansea already thirst victory.

Southampton had tried to reply in the remaining seven minutes of action. Sadio Mane could get a chance, but his shot was blocked twice.

Southampton had to play with 10 men after Ryan Bertrand getting a red card in the 89th minute. Bertrand a foul on Modou Barrow Barrow as to be stretchered off the field and was replaced by Jordi Amat.

Towards the end of the game, Graziano Pelle could get a chance. However, his shot from inside the penalty box was still rising. Southampton also failed to secure a point.


Southampton: Forster, Clyne, Yoshida, Fonte, Bertrand, Davis, Ward-Prowse, Reed (Mane 63), Elijah (Seager 89), Tadic, Pelle.

Swansea City: Fabianski, Taylor, Williams, Naughton (Rangel 82), Fernandez, Shelvey, Emnes (Barrow 16, Amat 89), Dyer, Carroll, Fulton, Gomis.