Southampton F.C. 0–9 Leicester City F.C.

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Template:Infobox football match The 2019–20 season match between Southampton and Leicester City at St Mary's Stadium took place on 25 October 2019. Leicester won the match 9–0, equalizing the record of the largest win in the history of the Premier League with Manchester United's 9–0 win to Ipswich Town in 1995.[1] The result also set the new record of the largest away win in the Premier League, surpassing Manchester United's 8–1 victory at Nottingham Forest in 1999,[1] as well as the largest away win in the history of English top-flight match.[2] The match was shown live on Sky Sports.[3]

Background

Leicester started the match in third, ahead of Chelsea on goal difference. Southampton were in 17th place, ahead of Newcastle United also on goal difference.

Match

Summary

Ben Chilwell opened the scoring in the 10th minute. Ryan Bertrand was dismissed for a studs-up challenge in the build-up, confirmed by VAR, two minutes later. Leicester were 3-0 up by the 19th minute, thanks to Youri Tielemans and Ayoze Pérez. Pérez added the fourth on the 39th minute, with Jamie Vardy scoring on the stroke of half-time to send Leicester into the break ahead 5-0. Pérez completed his hat-trick on the 57th minute, with Vardy adding his second and Leicester's seventh a minute later. James Maddison scored a 85th minute free-kick before Jamie Vardy completed his own hat-trick with a penalty four minutes into stoppage time.

Match details

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GK 28 Template:Flagicon Angus Gunn
CB 35 Template:Flagicon Jan Bednarek
CB 3 Template:Flagicon Maya Yoshida
CB 4 Template:Flagicon Jannik Vestergaard Template:Suboff
RWB 43 Template:Flagicon Yan Valery Template:Suboff
CM 16 Template:Flagicon James Ward-Prowse
CM 14 Template:Flagicon Oriol Romeu
CM 23 Template:Flagicon Pierre-Emile Højbjerg (c)
LWB 21 Template:Flagicon Ryan Bertrand Template:Sentoff
CF 9 Template:Flagicon Danny Ings Template:Suboff
CF 22 Template:Flagicon Nathan Redmond
Substitutes:
GK 1 Template:Flagicon Alex McCarthy
DF 5 Template:Flagicon Jack Stephens Template:Subon
DF 38 Template:Flagicon Kevin Danso Template:Subon
MF 17 Template:Flagicon Stuart Armstrong Template:Subon
MF 19 Template:Flagicon Sofiane Boufal
FW 7 Template:Flagicon Shane Long
FW 10 Template:Flagicon Che Adams
Manager:
Template:Flagicon Ralph Hasenhüttl
GK 1 Template:Flagicon Kasper Schmeichel
RB 21 Template:Flagicon Ricardo Pereira
CB 6 Template:Flagicon Jonny Evans
CB 4 Template:Flagicon Çağlar Söyüncü
LB 3 Template:Flagicon Ben Chilwell
DM 25 Template:Flagicon Wilfred Ndidi
RM 17 Template:Flagicon Ayoze Pérez Template:Suboff
CM 8 Template:Flagicon Youri Tielemans
CM 10 Template:Flagicon James Maddison
LM 15 Template:Flagicon Harvey Barnes Template:Suboff
CF 9 Template:Flagicon Jamie Vardy
Substitutes:
GK 12 Template:Flagicon Danny Ward
DF 2 Template:Flagicon James Justin
DF 5 Template:Flagicon Wes Morgan
MF 7 Template:Flagicon Demarai Gray Template:Subon
MF 11 Template:Flagicon Marc Albrighton Template:Subon
MF 20 Template:Flagicon Hamza Choudhury
MF 26 Template:Flagicon Dennis Praet
Manager:
Template:Flagicon Brendan Rodgers

MATCH RULES

  • 90 minutes.
  • No extra time or penalties.
  • Seven named substitutes.
  • Maximum of three substitutions.

Statistics

Post-match

Leicester moved up to second in the table, while Southampton dropped to 18th.

As the match took place two days before the one-year anniversary of 2018 Leicester helicopter crash, several players dedicated the win to the late owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha who died in that incident.[4]

References

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