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Southampton 0 - 9 (NINE) Leicester City A Post Match Thread

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4 minutes ago, TheMightySystem said:

In theory with the chances we had most of the time we would have only scored 1 goal. Don't know how its that low due to the penalty and Tielemens being clear cut chances but heyho

Hahahaa I was joking, no idea what it was. Surely got to be 5-6 as a lot of those goals were piss easy

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2 minutes ago, urban.spaceman said:

Southampton would have won that if they'd scored a penalty and converted a try.

They would have drawn.

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How good is it being able to sit with our feet up all weekend off the back of that as well.

 

Just gonna chill while we become every football hipster in Europe's favorite side again

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Rain fell, winds swirled, and as the heavens opened over St Mary’s, Leicester blew Southampton away with a performance to make their Boss smile from above.

Sunday marks one year since the death of Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha and, for all the displays of remembrance this week, few will be as fitting as this 9-0 win by Brendan Rodgers’ side

 

 

I had to ask my brother, if this was true that 9 goals were scored.

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It looked like a training session for much of the game but that says a lot for the way they train with a ruthlessness, a positivity, every pass improving the situation, movement to bring options, always on the front foot. Brilliant attitude, particularly between second and third goals, turning the screw even further, not letting up, at 2-0 if the ten men see out the next part of the game they might fancy regrouping and fighting for something but they couldn't come up for air.

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  • This was Southampton’s biggest ever defeat as an English league side in all competitions in their history.
  • Leicester recorded the joint-largest ever margin of victory in Premier League history, alongside Manchester United’s 9-0 win over Ipswich at Old Trafford in March 1995.
  • Leicester recorded the biggest-ever victory by an away side in an English top-flight league match in the 131-year history of the Football League.
  • Leicester became only the second team in Premier League history to establish a five-goal lead in the first half of an away game in the competition, after Manchester City against Burnley in April 2010 (also 5-0).

  • Leicester have also become only the second side in Premier League history to have two players score a hat-trick in the same game (Perez and Vardy), after Arsenal in May 2003 - also against Southampton (Pennant and Pires).

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Very interesting insight that Chilwell and, I think maddison, told Neville before the game that they fancied a 3-0 win.

 

Very very interesting actually. It says an awful.lot about their prep and ability and belief

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