Last minute goal sets Saints back on track

first_imgSouthampton FC midfielder Tom O’connor saved the day for his club by scoring a last minute goal that led his team to victory on Friday night match against Wolves.The saints who started with a two-goal lead had lost hope after the wolves come back in the second half, but for the 93rd minute saving goal by Tom O’Conner.Saints manager Radhi Jaïdi in his opinion on the game, says although he was disappointed they let the opposing team take charge in the game, he was pleased with his boys for reclaiming the last seconds of game.“I enjoyed the game, that’s my assessment,” Jaïdi said via Club’s official website.“In the periods where we conceded two goals, it was difficult to accept. The boys showed resilience and character to come back stronger.Ralph HasenhüttlHasenhuttl wants Saints to be aggressive against Watford Obinna Echi – April 22, 2019 Southampton manager Ralph Hasenhuttl has demanded more urgency and aggressiveness from his players when they play Watford on Tuesday night.The Saints were dispatched by Ayoze Perez hat-trick…“It’s a great goal, and a great comeback. The winner came in stoppage time, a Tom O’Connor header from a corner – which is something we work on every day in training.“We didn’t drop our heads, we stayed in the game. Credit to the boys.“On the opposite side, we’ve let a two-goal lead slip. You can’t allow yourself to switch off.“Two goals conceded in 60 seconds is not acceptable and the boys agree with that.“But overall, there’s a lot of good stuff to take from this game – we controlled a lot of the match and I’m pleased with the win. We’re back on track.”last_img

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