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Southampton 0-1 Manchester City

Saints confirmed their top-flight survival despite a narrow defeat on the final day. Gabriel Jesus sealed victory with a 94th minute winner to see champions Man City become the first team to reach 100 points in a Premier League season.

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Swansea 0-1 Southampton

Southampton secured a hugely important three points at Swansea to all but secure Premier League survival.

Manolo Gabbiadini came off the bench to settle the game with a crucial goal for Mark Hughes's side.
😍! — Southampton FC (@SouthamptonFC) May 8, 2018

Everton 1-1 Southampton

Tom Davies struck for Everton deep into second half stoppage time to deny Saints all three points. Nathan Redmond had put Southampton a goal in front before Maya Yoshida was sent off late in the game.

Mark Hughes' side are now out of the bottom three on goal difference and level on points with Swansea ahead of a crucial game at the Liberty Stadium.

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Southampton 2-1 Bournemouth

Two goals from Dušan Tadić saw Southampton pick up a vital three points against Bournemouth at St Mary's.

Reaction from Tadic: “It’s a little bit of a relief. We are very happy because we showed great character when it was most difficult.

“Finally we have got three points and I need to say thank you to everyone. How our fans supported us, the players and the coaches – we were strong together.

“It’s tough to be strong together in difficult moments but finally we got the benefits of that.

“It was great. You always remember these kinds of moments because they gave us extra energy, they pushed us.

“We also gave them something to make the atmosphere warm and we stayed together.

“You can feel how important this win was for the club and everyone at Southampton.”
"The new coach gave us extra power and experience and finally we gave him something back. We need to be at our best when it is the most difficult."

Dusan Tadic with @AdamBlackmore 👇

FA Cup semi-final: Chelsea 2-0 Southampton

Chelsea booked their place in the FA Cup final with a 2-0 win over Saints at Wembley. Olivier Giroud and Alvaro Morata netted for the Blues.

Reaction from Mark Hughes and Oriol Romeu:


Leicester 0-0 Southampton

Leicester and Southampton played out a goalless draw at the King Power Stadium.

Reaction from Saints boss Mark Hughes:
REACTION: Here is #SaintsFC boss Mark Hughes speaking with @AdamBlackmore after the 0-0 draw at Leicester City. — BBC Solent Sport (@solentsport) April 19, 2018

Southampton 2-3 Chelsea

Southampton threw away a two-goal lead at home to concede three goals in the space of eight second-half minutes.

Dušan Tadić and Jan Bednarek put Saints two up before goals from Olivier Giroud (2) & Eden Hazard hit back for Chelsea to win.

Reaction from Mark Hughes:

'We lost concentration'

Mark Hughes says #SaintsFC need to learn from their defensive mistakes and learn quickly!

Reaction 👉 — BBC Solent Sport (@solentsport) April 14, 2018