Southampton – Football is sometimes unfair. The team that appeared dominant throughout the match is not necessarily barely come out as winners, as experienced Southampton.
Southampton appear dominant at home to Manchester United at St. Mary‘s Stadium, Tuesday morning (09.12.14) pm. The team coached Ronald Koeman was superior 52 percent in the control of the ball, releasing 15 shots with four of which led to the goal.
But it was Manchester United who emerged victorious with a 2-1 skro though only able to release three shots throughout the game.
The second goal for the visitors hired Robin van Persie while The Saints had equalized through Graziano Pelle.
“We played attacking football and try to suppress them. We deserved a better result, but at this stage, the difference is in the detail the game and how you handle mistakes made opponents, “Koeman said after the game.
“But we had a lot of chances, played better and more superior in ball possession. I told the players that we do not lose to Manchester United, we lost against ourselves, “the 51-year-old coach was confirmed.
With this defeat, Southampton had to settle for fifth place with 26 points. As for Manchester United, this win took them to third in the standings with 28 points while shifting West Ham United.