Redmond double helps Southampton beat timid Wolves 3-1

Southampton striker Danny Ings

Nathan Redmond scored twice as Southampton boosted its hopes of avoiding relegation by beating Wolverhampton Wanderers 3-1 on Saturday in the Premier League. "I think now there is a little less pressure but I want this team to show me we are still focused and trying to win every game".

"I gave them a wake-up call at half-time even though we were leading 2-1, because we were not fearless enough and we had a long way to go".

"Since the beginning of the game, our defensive organisation was not at our best".

Irish global Shane Long sealed the win for the Saints in the second period, and Hassenhuttl admits he was delighted after watching his side all but secure their Premier League status for next season. As quoted on the club's official website, he said: "I think we had the ideal start to this game".

"Marbella was something we planned one month ago, to push the positives of going away before the final run of the season".

"That's the best thing for him as he sees that, if he works hard, as he is doing for the team, then the supporters immediately will support you completely differently".

First Alert Weather Day: Tornado Watch issued for Coastal Empire & Lowcountry area
Meteorologist John Moore said a possible twister touched down Saturday in the Vicksburg, Mississippi, area. A tornado watch is in effect for most of the Coastal Empire and Lowcountry. "We are just a mess".

"Those were the moments we played better".

"I think it was a bad game".

"We were on the front foot and we equalised".

Reflecting on the game, Espirito Santo added: "It was not a good performance and it's something that we have to analyse deeply inside and look at".

Wanderers will head to the Spanish resort for the second time this season after Saturday's game at St Mary's and Nuno is a strong believer in its benefits for unity within his squad.

"We are back at Molineux in the next game and we have to bounce back".

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