FAN REACTION: “Saints just cannot defend!” | Wolves 2-0 Southampton 0 195



Southampton returned to the Molineux Stadium for the first time since 2009. For the most part was looking like a point a piece until Wolves broke about 75 mins with the introduction of Adama Traore. Goals from Cavaleiro (79′ minutes), Castro Otto (87′ minutes) sealed a victory for the home side. But does the scoreline flatter the home side? Find out how Saints fans reacted…

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