Norwich 1-0 Saints: Full time

By SFC Media time Sat 31 Aug Men's First team

Saints fall to their first defeat of the new season, going down 1-0 at Norwich City. Full report to follow.

Click HERE to listen to live audio commentary on Saints Player!


1: Norwich get us underway at Carrow Road.

19: Bradley Johnson appears to handle Adam Lallana's shot in the Norwich area but the referee decides against awarding a penalty.

40: Lallana – making his 200th league appearance for Saints – hits the post with a first-time volley.


46: Saints get the second half started.

62: Gastón Ramírez replaces Lallana in Saints' first change of the game.

67: GOAL! Nathan Redmond sends a right-footed shot beyond Artur Boruc.

72: Saints make another substitution, bringing on Steven Davis for Morgan Schneiderlin.

76: Norwich bring on Jonny Howson for Johan Elmander.

78: Jay Rodriguez comes on to replace Dani Osvaldo.


Southampton team: Artur Boruc, Calum Chambers, José Fonte, Dejan Lovren, Danny Fox, Victor Wanyama, Morgan Schneiderlin (Steven Davis 72), James Ward-Prowse, Adam Lallana (c) (Gastón Ramírez 62), Dani Osvaldo (Jay Rodriguez 78), Rickie Lambert. Substitutes: Kelvin Davis (GK), Nathaniel Clyne, Maya Yoshida, Luke Shaw.

Norwich City team: John Ruddy, Steven Whittaker, Sebastien Bassong (c), Michael Turner, Javier Garrido, Robert Snodgrass, Leroy Fer, Bradley Johnson, Nathan Redmond, Johan Elmander (Jonny Howson 76), Ricky van Wolfswinkel. Substitutes: Mark Bunn (GK), Russell Martin, Alexander Tettey, Anthony Pilkington, Wes Hoolahan, Luciano Becchio.

Referee: Howard Webb

Attendance: 26,819

Gallery: Building at base SFC_Camera
Men's First team

Gallery: Building at base

A look inside Staplewood Campus with the latest training gallery.

timeTue 28 Mar
photo Gallery: Work continues Get your tickets to see us take on Man City and Crystal Palace Video: Spacey-Cale reflects on debut season video05:38
Women's First Team

Video: Spacey-Cale reflects on debut season

Marieanne Spacey-Cale talks through first Championship season.

Livramento on never losing confidence Edozie and Young Lions kickstart U20 World Cup campaign