Sport Saints fans stunned that Redmond received Man of the Match against Everton
Brees' Saints overcome 17-point deficit to top Chargers in OT
The New Orleans Saints rallied past the Los Angeles Chargers on Monday.Drew Brees and the Saints trailed 20-3 with just over four minutes remaining in the second quarter, but New Orleans rallied from 17 points down to prevail on Monday.
Southampton made it three wins in four on Sunday, ending Everton’s unbeaten start in the process.
It was a solid team display from Ralph Hasenhuttl’s side, however, some Saints supporters were left stunned as Sky Sports co-commentator Alan Smith named Nathan Redmond.
James Ward-Prowse and Che Adams excellently dispatched first-half chances to put Southampton in control, with Danny Ings setting up both goals.
From then on, Hasenhuttl’s side put in a professional performance to keep The Toffees quiet and ensure they would be leaving St Mary’s with nothing.
Quiet bars and empty stadiums replace raucous crowds on derby day
Outside both stadiums - Everton's Goodison Park and Celtic's Celtic Park - police had to stop desperate fans from gathering en-masse ahead of their team's derby games.Football fans have not been allowed back into stadiums since football restarted in June and August for England and Scotland respectively.
Redmond retained his place in the side from the 3-3 draw with Chelsea, repaying the trust Hasenhuttl placed in him with a better display.
The winger recorded a WhoScored rating ofin the 2-0 win, up from his performance at Stamford Bridge.
However, Redmond was Southampton’sin the win, with Stuart Armstrong, Ryan Bertrand and Alex McCarthy the three starters to finish with a worse rating than Redmond.
These Saints fans shared their surprise at Smith’s decision toggle Redmond man of the match…
Royals Boss Coy Over Lack of Minutes for Lewis Gibson .
The short-term future of Everton loanee Lewis Gibson hangs in the balance as Reading manager Veljko Paunovic has revealed little as to whether he will be drafted into action this weekend against Stoke City. Having joined on loan from the Toffees over the summer, Gibson is yet to feature for Paunovic’s side, as the manager has typically preferred a centre-back pairing of Liam Moore and Michael Morrison. Moore sustained an injury last Friday against Coventry City, but in a move which should alarm Everton fans, their loanee was snubbed in favour of Royals academy product Tom McIntyre – who then endured a torrid time against Preston in the following fixture.