When did Southampton beat Arsenal in the Premier League?

When did Southampton beat Arsenal in the Premier League?

26 December 2015. From the section Arsenal missed the chance to go top of the Premier League as they were thrashed by Southampton at St Mary’s. Saints full-back Cuco Martina marked his first league start with a stunning goal, curling in from 30 yards out.

Who is the manager of Southampton Football Club?

The 2014–15 Southampton F.C. season was the club’s 16th season in the Premier League and their 38th in the top division of English football. It was also the club’s first season with Dutch manager Ronald Koeman, who replaced Mauricio Pochettino on 16 June 2014.

Who was the top scorer for Southampton in the 2014-15 season?

Graziano Pellè finished the 2014–15 season as Southampton’s top scorer with 16 goals in all competitions (including 12 in the league), while captain José Fonte was named the Fans’ Player of the Season.

Who are the players that have left Southampton?

Following the end of the 2013–14 campaign, Southampton released six players. The club also made a number of sales, with striker Rickie Lambert, captain Adam Lallana, centre-back Dejan Lovren, left-back Luke Shaw, right-back Calum Chambers and striker Billy Sharp all leaving.

When did Southampton knock Arsenal out of the FA Cup?

23 January 2021. From the section A strong Southampton side knocked holders Arsenal out of the FA Cup in the fourth round courtesy of a first-half own goal on Saturday. The Saints were rewarded for their attacking intent in the opening period when Gabriel turned in Kyle Walker-Peters’ cross in the 24th minute.

Republic of Ireland international Shane Long grabbed two goals and could have had a third when he hit the post. He was a constant menace to the Arsenal defence. Southampton manager Ronald Koeman: “You don’t expect a 4-0 win against Arsenal. Of course we have a good football team, but we have struggled in recent weeks.

Who are Southampton playing in the next round?

Southampton will face another Premier League side, Wolves, in the next round. With their next opponents enduring a poor run in the league and having struggled in their 1-0 win at non-league Chorley on Friday, the 1976 winners will fancy their chances of progressing further at Molineux.

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