Southampton manager Ralph Hasenhuttl made a bold call on Saturday as he opted to drop Jan Bednarek in favour of Jannik Vestergaard.

Hasenhuttl started Vestergaard alongside Stephens at centre-back against Burnley in the Premier League, with the Saints losing the game 2-1.

Burnley’s first goal had little to do with Vestergaard, however, as Danny Ings allowed a near-post corner to drop into the goal when he could have cleared it away from danger. Although, Ings did then atone for his error by firing in the equaliser later in the half.

The second goal from the visitors, however, was less than impressive from Vestergaard’s point of view.

A long ball came over the top and Vestergaard completely lost track of his man and allowed Matej Vydra to bring the ball down before riding a challenge and firing into the roof of the net to score the winning goal of the game.

These Southampton fans reacted to Vestergaard’s performance, frustrated by his display at St. Mary’s…

Should Vestergaard have been sold in January?

Yes

No