Southampton, Premier League | Alonoussi saved the point for Southampton

Southampton, Premier League |  Alonoussi saved the point for Southampton

The Norwegian has scored in drama at St James’ Park.

Newcastle – Southampton 2-2

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Newcastle took the lead through Callum Wilson after an even first half, with the Southampton guests mistaking several good chances.

The former Bournemouth striker was in the right place at the right time as he sent his fans to heaven ten minutes into the first half.

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However, it was the Norwegian who put an end to the joy when Mohamed El Younosi scored his first goal in the Premier League this season.

The Norwegian edge entered the field, and had two attempts before the ball finally went into the net.

– He continues a hat-trick from the League Cup, after his teammates misused several attempts, which came from TV 2 commentator Jonas Bariås.

“This has been a good application to get more players and I think he will be staying at Southampton this season,” says Simin Stamsø Muller in the studio after the match.

The last minutes of Elleville

Alain Saint-Maximin would have preferred to play, but his coach decided otherwise.

But the match was not over, seconds before the end, Southampton were awarded a penalty after an ugly tackle from Lascelles.

James Ward-Prowse was safe from a penalty kick, and scored the goal that secured one point for Southampton.

– Probably the same as always, equaling a lot in extra time for Southampton. Then they completely unhinged from the hinges in the far section, shedding tears for fans of the house and Steve Bruce. What a drama this has finally become.

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The match ended 2-2.

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