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Southampton 1 v 1 Crystal Palace
Barclays Premier League
Saturday, 28th December 2019 Kick-off 15:00

Voting was locked for this match at midnight on Sunday 29th December but you may still add your mini match reports. Note that members and non-members alike were able to vote.

Alex McCarthy6.4
Cedric Soares6.1
Jack Stephens6.3
Jan Bednarek6.2
Ryan Bertrand6.4
Sofiane Boufal5.3
James Ward-Prowse7.0
Pierre Hojbjerg6.4
Nathan Redmond5.4
Che Adams5.7
Danny Ings7.5
Moussa Djenepo7.7
Stuart Armstrong6.5
8.3Vicente Guaita
5.2Martin Kelly
6.8James Tomkins
5.8Mamadou Sakho
5.8Jaïro Riedewald
5.7Max Meyer
5.4James McCarthy
5.9Luka Milivojevic
5.7James McArthur
6.8Wilfred Zaha
5.7Jordan Ayew
5.3Cheikhou Kouyate

Match Rating6.3 

Your Southampton v Crystal Palace Match Reports

codge added 17:09 - Dec 28

All l have to say for this game thank God we have lngs on our team, bit of a let down to be honest today but was unlucky in the end.Wish Armstrong had started as Boufal had a poor game this time out.

mattthelegend added 18:39 - Dec 28

Pleased with the result and another day would have won it. Palace a hard team to break down, offered nothing going forward really and I think one of our bogey teams at home. Great display from Djenepo after he learnt to stay on his feet and unlucky not to win it after his run and cut in. BBC gave Palace keeper MOTM which tells a story. Hats off to JWP who I thought was excellent today hard working and wound Zaha up no end😎. Feel like the team now has some direction and are comfortable with what is being asked of them.

halftimeorange added 19:08 - Dec 28

For once an exciting match and, to be honest, a draw was a fair outcome. I'm still unconvinced by Adams positioning but, he did have a few productive lay-offs. Boufal reminded me of Fabrice Fernandes, predictably cutting inside and trying to beat one player too many. And then there is Nathan Redmond. Once again he drifted completely out of the game and contributed nothing in the second half. He is so frustrating to watch. Today, unlike the previous two games, our build-up play in the first half was too slow and, at times, McCarthy could and should have got rid of the ball before Palace set out their defensive stall. When Djenepo got going in the second period the game changed in Saints' favour. He was a constant threat and unlucky not to have scored a wonder goal. Danny Ings was as sharp as ever and JWP had a really good game, constantly harassing Zaha which was just as well as Zaha was always likely to create something for Palace. So, all in all, an entertaining experience.

UgandaSaint added 12:34 - Dec 29

Halftimeorange how can you say Redmond did nothing in the second half ? On the contrary, he changed the game by giving away a needless free kick on the edge of our box that resulted in Palace's goal.

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