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Another telling contribution in the attacking third. The back three all did well. Boly was probably the pick of the bunch although Coady did well sweeping up and steering attacks away from goal. Moutinho worked like a trojan, up, down, side to side, he has become a key contributor in the side and exerts considerably influence. Hopefully the injury to Costa means he is not out of the starting line up. His form has been good lately. Sadly Jota continues to struggle to find his form however.
He started well, but after being repeatedly fouled, failed to make a significant impact. You have to admire Jimenez attitude. For a twenty minute period he was poor at holding the ball up. He did not hide at all and over the whole game he was constantly involved, chased the ball down and worked the keeper more than once. A good assist on the opening goal and unlucky not to score on a couple of occasions.
Traore lost the ball too often and in our half when he faced our goal, but once he turned and advanced he was the catalyst for our attacking threats in the final half an hour. Cav took the prize for being the game changer.
Firing into the net with his first chance. Welcome back - an additional option for our first team squad. Going into this fixture I was feeling assured of victory.
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The first 15 minutes gave me no reason to believe otherwise. We continually start games well and create chances to match and this was no different, but we also continually miss these chances. Just the one in the first half, and that was in the first game of the season. What that meant was that we allowed a relatively decent Premier League outfit off the hook and the duly took advantage. They grew into the game without being overly threatening and while they were quite passive in possession at times, whenever we won the ball back we were forced into errors, with Jota and Jimenez paricularly guilty of giving it up regularly.
We have to get used to the fact that all Premier League teams have dangerous players. Barring Cardiff and perhaps Huddersfield. As much as this looked a winnable fixture on form on both sides of the coin, we were still dealing with the shell of the squad that took Southampton to the upper echelons of the Premier League. The middle third of the game belonged firmly to Southampton. We also gave away a large number of free kicks which was down to the growing frustration of not being at our best.
But the beauty of football is that you have a squad to work with. And how our extra depth worked wonders. Few teams in the league will have the danger posed by Ivan Cavaleiro and Adama Traore lurking on the bench. And how it worked. Cavaleiro remains our most thrilling presence, a real testament to his ability given he was one of the earliest signings of the Fosun era and he has a habit of making timely interjections.
Doherty was a peripheral figure for much of the game, through no fault of his own as Southampton made sure the big switch out to him was rarely on. Neves and Moutinho were dragged about plenty by the impressive Hojbjerg and Lemina, and their mileometers will probably at a high for this season. Diogo Jota had probably his worst game this season. He had the beating of Vestergaard all ends up in the first half but made some poor decisions and had some poor touches throughout.
Jimenez once again impacted the fixture positively. Not quite as fluid as usual but he delivered when it mattered. Traore took a while to get going. Gave it away pretty much every time he had for the first 15 of his appearance but once he settled down he was a menace. Finally Cavaleiro, who always gives an injection of some sort of elixir that brings our forward play up a notch. Whether starting or off the bench, Nuno now has all of his clubs in his bag and he can draw for whichever the situation demands.
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He chose perfectly this time. This game played out just as I expected. Southampton were more difficult opponents than their league position would have you believe. However, another clean sheet and game changing substitutions was enough to earn Wolves a deserved victory. In reality, they were toothless and their game plan was more concerned with stifling Wolves play. This plan worked well to a certain extent, between 20th and 70th minutes.
Before then, Wolves had started very well. Positive and on the front foot we had carried the Old Trafford performance into this game. Wolves were not firing on all cylinders and when this continued at the start of the second half, Nuno had options on the bench to consider. Traore was given his most Premier League minutes, when Costa got clattered, after about 50 minutes. The game was fairly even at this point; both teams creating chances, both keepers making decent saves. We were lacking a spark still and it was about to come in the form of Ivan Cavaleiro.
He came on for the last 13 minutes. You can see he is listening to his coach and improving his overall game. His run and cut back to Jimenez was excellent. Jimenez set up Cavaleiro perfectly to score with what may have been his first touch of the ball. Game over. The defence remained assured throughout. Southampton were restricted to long range efforts that were safely gathered by Patricio. Boly especially looked good and also dangerous when venturing up field. I thought both Jimenez and Doherty were excellent once more.
Jimenez could have scored three, again, with two good shots and a header producing excellent saves. His assist to Cavaleiro was also good for a striker in the opposition box.
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Doherty was immense. What a season he is having. He never stopped runnng and seeking the ball. He gets my Man of the Match. First thing's first. How good is it to finally have a team that can put in a 'below-par' performance and still win a Premier League game, with a clean sheet for good measure? I'm not suggesting for a second that we were poor yesterday but it was clearly evident that, for an hour of this game, we were second best against a Southampton side who were well organised and did a good job of nullifying our threat, notably in often having a player close to Coady when we had possession to remove our usual 'out' ball.
Nuno's commitment to our shape and organisation meant that, despite Southampton having more of the ball, much of their threat came in the form of shots from distance with little giving Patricio much of a problem. I mentioned in my first reaction verdict to Nuno's appointment to expect football that centred on being defensively sound and high on clean sheets and we continue to deliver this on the back of some solid performances from our back three.
The one thing we have had this season, with Adama's signing, is a game changer from the bench.
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Yesterday, we were finally able to welcome another back to the fold. There's been much chatter on social media about how good we would be when we get to add Cavaleiro back into the mix as another option for the forward line. As one of the biggest advocates of that opinion, even I didn't expect to see him score with his very first touch as a Premier League player!
He struck it so sweetly too. The ball flew into the net faster than the first post-victory pint disappears down the gullet. Credit to Nuno for not shutting up shop after the goal and encouraging us to keep pressing. After being on the back foot for some time you'd have forgiven him for throwing on Saiss and seeing out a once we'd snuck ahead but, with 3 minutes remaining, we doubled our advantage from a situation where both of our wing-backs were in the Southampton box, Most definitely a case of 'he who dares wins'. I saw Roy Keane before the game and I hope he stayed for the full 90 minutes to see Doherty's timely reminder that he doesn't always play the ball inside!
On we go to Palace next week in what could be another tough challenge against a solid unit but one that we can all look forward to as we continue to thrive in the top half of the Premier League. In a game where our standards slipped slightly, it was the back three who stepped up to the plate and prevented Southampton from turning the lion's share of possession into meaningful chances to trouble Patricio.
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Barring a couple of mis-kicks each Boly and Bennett were outstanding again, while Coady continued to press his claims to be given an opportunity to represent England by marshalling the line superbly. The ball didn't stick as often as usual because some of the balls into him weren't to their usual high standard and he was isolated against the two imposing Southampton centre-backs but he continued to battle and work hard to make something happen.
His lay-off to Cav was beautifully-weighted after having dumped Hoedt on the deck. A mention for Costa too, who looked the most likely to make something happen before his unfortunate early withdrawal with a knock. Of those whose standards were below expectations, Jota was the standout.
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Not for the first time this season he didn't quite seem at it here, was sloppy with his passing and hesitant to really drive on at defenders in the way we've become accustomed too. I'd expect to see him given another chance against Palace but he'll be the one who's place is most at risk now that Cavaleiro has joined Adama as an alternative option for the wide positions. Not every game is going to be a classic We started well in the first 15minutes, creating a few good chances and taking control of the game.
However after the first quarter of an hour we started to fade slightly, Southampton had an answer for everything and we started to make silly mistakes and gave the ball away very easily.