Southampton kept their place in the relegation zone of the Premier League after a 3-1 defeat to Tottenham at Wembley.
The Saints, who were being watched by new manager Ralph Hasenhuttl in the stands, were all over the place at the back as they were easily beaten by Spurs.
Harry Kane, Lucas Moura and Heung-Min Son scored the goals for Tottenham, with Southampton netting late on through Charlie Austin.
Here is how we rated the Saints…
Alex McCarthy: 6
Little chance with any of the goals. Made some decent stops.
Awful defensively. Did put some dangerous crosses into the box, but not enough to warrant a higher rating.
Maya Yoshida: 3
Awful for all three goals. Shocking performance.
Jack Stephens: 5
Not as bad as Yoshida, but not good either. Should have done better for the third goal.
Matt Targett: 4
Looked all over the place defensively. Massive error for the third goal.
Steven Davis: 5
Had a great chance to score but made the wrong decision and opted to pass. Did little else.
Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg: 6
Showed some good touches and worked hard in midfield. Let down by his teammates.
James Ward-Prowse: 5
Good from set-pieces, but failed to impact the midfield in open play.
Stuart Armstrong: 6
Looked good when he got the ball to his feet, which didn’t happen enough.
Manolo Gabbiadini: 3
Poor all night. Gave the ball away too often. His touch was poor, didn’t link up the play.
Nathan Redmond: 5
Struggled to get into the game. Hit the bar in the second-half, which was the only thing he did of note all game.
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