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SportSouthampton 1-2 Cardiff: Four things learned

14:51  11 february  2019
14:51  11 february  2019 Source:

Hasenhuttl warns Cardiff that his Southampton side 'are hot'

Hasenhuttl warns Cardiff that his Southampton side 'are hot' Southampton boss Ralph Hasenhüttl has warned Cardiff ahead of this weekend’s Premier League tie, saying his side will be a very different side on Saturday. The Austrian coach faced the Bluebirds in his debut match as Saints manager back in December, where Cardiff would come away 1-0 victors. Despite Southampton’s disappointing result on Saturday, having conceded a last minute penalty to Burnley to draw 1-1 at Turf Moor, Hasenhüttl is confident that Cardiff will have a tough time handling his side.

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Learn more. Cardiff City boss Neil Warnock said it was fitting his team dug deep and found a way to win at Southampton following the Emiliano Sala tragedy.

Southampton 1-2 Cardiff: Four things learned © Christopher Lee/Getty Images Sport Southampton FC v Cardiff City - Premier League

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…

Hasenhuttl furious following "stupid" defeat to Cardiff.
Ralph Hasenhuttl revealed Southampton will struggle to stay in the Premier League this season if they continue to drop points in the final minutes of the game. Saints conceded in stoppage time at the end of the 90 minutes for the second league game in a row in their 2-1 defeat to relegation rivals Cardiff, after conceding a 94th-minute penalty against Burnley a week earlier. Hasenhuttl’s side thought they had rescued a point in their crucial tie with the Bluebirds when Jack Stephens equalised in the first minute of added time, but Kenneth Zohore poked home with one of the final kicks of the game to snatch a victory at St Mary’s.

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