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

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23 minutes ago, East Langton Fox said:

I woke up this morning and wondered whether I’d dreamt it all. Got home at 2am   After the 140 mile trip home from the game, traffic a nightmare in southampton. We ran into jonny Evans at the services near Winchester. What a nice bloke, spoke to us and said the main issue was the conditions which were terrible.

a complete performance against a poor side but the team spirit is as good as 2015/16 and the quality even better. Harvey Barnes was electric. 
ive has good and bad times watching the City home and away for over 40 years and last night was one of those special nights, just pleased i’d got my two sons with me to share it.

Great post mate. I can't think of a single club that has had it as good as us over the last 6 or 7 years 

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8 hours ago, KingsX said:

At least one So’ton fan saw it coming.

 

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yes, I cut the last word …. choose your own, if you must.

 

It's 'son' isn't it? 

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17 minutes ago, Heymister2015 said:

was it Vardy's first hat trick for us last night?

Bagged a brilliant one against Man City a couple of seasons ago!

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3 hours ago, danfox76 said:

only thing that would have made that better is the shot barnes had saved on the line.. wish that had gone in.

I bet Gunn's watching that back now thinking 'yeah, should have just let that one in. Shouldn't have exerted myself unnecessarily.  

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7 hours ago, Nicolo Barella said:

My only regret about this game is that some of the performance and progress from this game could be a false dawn because of how immensely shit Southampton were.

9-0 takes both an absolutely brilliant side and an absolutely disgusting one. I cannot believe it's one or the other.

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What really astounds me is that it could very easily have been double figure scoreline !

Can you imagine if 3 or four of our other chances had gone in..... ?  It could have been 12 or 13 nil !!

Unbelievable !

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And I do think the criticism of the USWNT was way over the top. So they do have a point.

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Another record broken for me this weekend.

That was the number of times I've replayed the highlights of a single match. Must be near 20 now. So that's watching 180 goals.

Excuse me while I make that 189.

Complete indulgence. 

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Wouldn't normally but just replied to that last Matthew Ungar tweet where he's responded to Jake Humphrey. I get his point about the USWNT, but Jake was talking about our club culture and connection between the team and fans, along with the emotion of the year anniversary of the death of our chairman who instilled that culture. 

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15 minutes ago, 09bballer said:

I wonder what Maguire was thinking on Friday evening...

Probably it's pay day and I'm £200k richer.

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1 hour ago, dyanmark said:

Best things about Friday were that Barnes and Chiwell finally got on the same wavelength with Barnes dropping inside it gave Chiwell room to work and then when Barnes  got the ball he was in a more potent position The other side seemed to do a similar job Plus we didn't just crash the crosses in there were some nice cut back balls and chilwell looked up and played some good balls ,We didn't seem to play at great pace just very accurate and good movement .

Well done all round .

The celebrations were different achievements .Hattricks ,a super free kick,and a record win.

You're right, they were both superb, everything seemed to come down our left and it was nice to see Chilwell get some quality in his crosses.  He overshadowed Ricardo for once but they were given sooo much time and space. 

 

I really think it was down to the absence of Southampton's defence.  I can't see them ever having an easier game in the PL

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