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Southampton likened to "hungover Sunday league side" over horrendous mistakes vs Watford
Southampton have been compared to a “hungover Sunday league side” after conceding a shambolic goal in their 2-1 defeat by relegation-threatened Watford on Sunday.Watford came into the fixture with just one win from their last 16 Premier League games, but left with a valuable three points in their bid to avoid the drop.Their win owed a lot to Saints’ generous defence, who gift-wrapped Cucho Hernandez’s opener 14 minutes into the game.Fraser Forster and Jan Bednarek played some ponderous balls around the back before Mohammed Salisu left his back-pass short for his goalkeeper, allowing Hernandez to nip in, round Forster and score.It was shocking defending from Ralph Hasenhuttl’s side, who found themselves 2-0 down after 34 minutes when Hernandez smashed a powerful volley through Forster.Mohamed Elyounoussi pulled a goal back from close range following a James Ward-Prowse free-kick, but the home team couldn’t find an equaliser in a sloppy second half to record a third straight defeat.All fans were talking about after the match was the comical way in which Saints conceded the first goal.“Surely not, wtf you’d think it was some hungover Sunday League side,” wrote one fan on Twitter.HAVE YOUR SAY! Can Watford avoid the drop this season? Comment below.“Ermm..looks pretty awful,” wrote one commenter.“This defending is painful to watch...
Gary Neville amazed by Hasenhüttl interview as Saints boss blasts Man Utd's work ethic
Gary Neville believes Southampton boss Ralph Hasenhüttl has summed up Manchester United's problems perfectly following the two sides' 1-1 draw on Saturday.The Sky Sports pundit took to Twitter after reading Hasenhüttl's post-match comments, suggesting he completely agreed with the Austrian's rather bleak assessment of his opponents."It’s not a big secret that when [United] lose the ball the reverse gears are not the best from everyone," the Saints manager said.In response, Neville tweeted: "Imagine being a Manchester United player and having a respected opposition manager say that about you."United missed the chance to leapfrog West Ham into the top four after being held by Southampton at Old Trafford.Jadon Sancho grabbed the opening goal of the game, which was just his second league goal all season, before Che Adams equalised for the visitors.Cristiano Ronaldo, who missed an open goal in the first-half, has now gone six consecutive matches without finding the back of the net - his worst run since 2009.Did Southampton deserve more than just a point against Manchester United? Let us know what you think in the comments section below...The work ethic of United's players has been called into question a number of times this season and fans have accused some of the club's attacking players, including Cristiano Ronaldo and Bruno Fernandes, of being reluctant to work hard and press for the team.The Red Devils have struggled for form and consistency all season and there have been rumblings of discontent behind the scenes for months which only seemed to be exacerbated when Ralf Rangnick took over from Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in November.
Reason why Jack Grealish waited to confront Oriol Romeu in tunnel revealed
Southampton boss Ralph Hasenhuttl admitted that the £100m man had a bone to pick with his midfielder after their 1-1 draw on Saturday.The pair had an on-field spat during the match at St Mary’s, which saw Manchester City’s 12-match winning streak come to an end.Kyle Walker-Peters had put the home side ahead in the opening exchanges of the match before Aymeric Laporte equalised from a Kevin de Bruyne free-kick.Pep Guardiola’s men were threatening to pull away from the herd in the Premier League table but this has somewhat brought them back down to earth.While the size of catching City still looks unlikely, Liverpool have two games in hand and could cut their lead at the top to six points.During the match, Romeu was a constant thorn in Grealish’s side and the Mirror have revealed that the Spaniard was pinching and twisting the winger’s skin throughout the outing.There was another incident when the England international was floored by Jan Bednarak while Romeu leaned into Grealish and appeared to shout in his face.It led to a scuffle when the 26-year-old got to his feet to push the former Chelsea star with both sets of teams getting involved.Who's your money on - Jack Grealish on Oriol Romeu? Comment belowHasenhuttl revealed that the former Aston Villa star waited for Romeu in the tunnel after the match to exchange words.He said: “They had a conversation and everything is good.”Grealish arrived at the Etihad in the summer for a British record £100m and has two goals and two assists in 16 Premier League appearances.At full-time, Guardiola claimed that it was the forward’s best match in a sky-blue shirt after playing him as a striker.Want to be on the ball with all of the latest football news?Well then sign up for the
Jack Grealish 'waited in tunnel' to confront Southampton star over rough treatment
Southampton chief Ralph Hasenhuttl revealed that Jack Grealish waited to confront Oriel Romeu in the tunnel after the two clashed on the pitch during Manchester City's 1-1 draw with the Saints on Saturday night.Kyle Walker-Peters fired Southampton into an early lead with a stunning solo strike before Aymeric Laporte headed home to secure a share of the spoils for the champions.But it was Grealish and Romeu who caught the eye after the pair clashed through the first half.The Saints midfielder clattered into City's £100million man - sparking an angry reaction from Grealish.The England ace was led away by team-mates after shoving Romeu, but Husenhuttl revealed that bad blood didn't stop at the final whistle as the pair had words in the tunnel.“I think they had a discussion with Oriol because Grealish was waiting for him in the tunnel because of a few things that happened outside on the pitch,” Hasenhuttl told Sky Sports after the game.“It was not right but it is not [to be discussed] here for the cameras."But despite talking up the clash, Hasenhuttl revealed that the pair had made amends after their on-field dramatics.“They spoke about it, everything is good,” added the Saints chief.Do you think Grealish has been a £100m flop for Man City this season? Tell us in the comments sectionWant to be on the ball with all of the latest football news?Well then sign up for the brilliant Daily Star football email newsletter!From the latest transfer news to the agenda-setting stories, get it all in your email inbox - don't miss a thing.It only takes a matter of seconds.Simply type your email address into the box at the top of this article and hit 'subscribe'.And that's it, job done.