Southampton slipped back into the bottom three as they lost 2-1 to Cardiff City on Saturday.
The Saints let yet another late goal cost them, just a week after Burnley scored in stoppage time to secure a draw against Ralph Hasenhuttl’s men.
Despite dominating the ball, Southampton went 1-0 down when Sol Bamba put Cardiff ahead in the 69th minute.
Jack Stephens then thought he secured a point for his side when he equalised in the 91st minute, only for Kenneth Zohore to win the match for Cardiff three minutes later.
Here are four things we learned from the game…
The side lacks concentration
It’s not a coincidence that Southampton keep conceding goals late in games. The squad clearly lack concentration, which is something Hasenhuttl is going to need time to fix. If he manages to keep the team up, the summer window will be key.
Angus Gunn should be playing
Despite impressing, and keeping a clean sheet, on his Premier League debut, Gunn has not been given a single chance in the league since. Alex McCarthy has been consistently poor of late and Gunn deserves a run of games.
The January window was a farce
Another dreadful performance from Shane Long up front really emphasised how much of a face the January window for Southampton was. Everyone knows about Danny Ings’ fitness issues, yet the club have now left themselves with Long as his replacement. He simply isn’t good enough and it could cost Southampton their Premier League status.
Redmond can't do it all on his own
It often looked like Redmond was Southampton’s only attacker at times. The winger has been in excellent form, but you can never rely on one player to carry your attack every game. He needs more support, something he certainly isn’t getting at the moment.
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