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Huddersfield 0-0 Southampton

Southampton had to settle for a goalless draw at Huddersfield but maintain their unbeaten start to the Premier League.

Mauricio Pellegrino's post-match reaction: 

"It was a really tough game from the beginning and I think we were fighting, we were there.

"We had some problems on second balls and in some deliveries, but I think little by little we were getting better, especially when we controlled the ball.

"At the beginning we had a couple of situations and, at the end, we were much better – we had three or four opportunities to score and to win the game – but typical British football, it was really tough.

"Huddersfield are now with a really high mentality. We were fighting until the end. The character of the team was good and we've got another point, another clean sheet, but we have to keep going. To win games, you have to do something more – a little bit more."

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MK= Michael Kurn

SD: Stewart Donald

{Transcript typed by Jamie Montigue}

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MK: Let’s take you back to 2011. The Spitfires were in the Conference South,. Mid-table, a side pushing for the playoffs but not quite making it. Ian Baird was the manager and crowds averaged around 650 people.

Fast forward five years. The club is in the National League pushing for promotion to the Football League with former Brentford manager Martin Allen at the helm of the playing squad.

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