Southampton made it two wins on the bounce in the Premier League on Wednesday night as they beat Norwich City 2-1.

Saints headed into this game with a weight lifted from their shoulders after ending their winless run of home matches against Watford on Saturday evening. 

Norwich, though, were full of confidence after a victory at Everton and a home draw with Arsenal. 

Southampton took the game to the Canaries in the first half and ultimately found themselves 2-0 up at the break after exploiting their opponents’ weaknesses from set-pieces. 

Danny Ings headed home James Ward-Prowse’s free-kick from the left-hand side before Ryan Bertrand converted a flick-on from Shane Long, courtesy of another good delivery from Ward-Prowse. 

Norwich found a route back into the game as Teemu Pukki lashed home from close range, but Saints held on for a vital three points, with Ralph Hasenhuttl’s side now out of the relegation zone. 

Here are four findings from the crucial win.