Southampton – Southampton reap the full amount at home to Hull City in the Premier League. Had trouble, Soton finally able to score two goals in the 2-0 win.
Entertaining Hull St. Mary’s Stadium, Saturday (11/04/2015) night, Soton originally created difficulties throughout the first half. Ronald Koeman foster children just left off three shots. While Hull was able to record eight experiments in the same period.
Soton on the process to get a bright spot when the referee pointed to the spot in the 55th minute. Shane Long prick into the penalty box right next to fruition foul by Alex Bruce. James Ward-Prowse forward as executor and successfully conquered Steve Harper.
Just four minutes later, Hull almost equalized. Heading James Chester welcomes cross Sone Aluko could not reach Soton goalkeeper, Kelvin Davies. But right at the goal line stand Ryan Bertrand who then swept the ball.
Different from the first half, Soton more comfortable to play and build an attack in the second half after the main lead. The result proved later when Graziano Pelle sodoran Morgan Schneiderlin finish inside the penalty box to be scored.
Overall, Soton slightly superior control of the ball 54% -46%. Both teams were both recorded four shots on target, but Soton more efficient because only releasing nine attempts. While Hull has 15 trial.
Three points deliver Soton while rising to the rank of five with a value of 56 of the 32 weeks. They are two points ahead of Liverpool (played 31 times) and Tottenham Hotspur (played 32 times) who conquered Aston Villa at the same time