Southampton vs Newcastle | On Sunday, Miguel Almiron scored the first of four goals for Newcastle United at St. Mary’s to hand Southampton their eighth loss of the year. Ralph Hasenhuttl is under a lot of stress

On Sunday. Southampton suffered their ninth loss in the Premier League as Newcastle United easily defeated them 4-1 at St. Mary’s.

Miguel Almiron’s composed finish in the Saints box gave the visitors a good start toward a deserving victory in the first half. Chris Wood, Joe Willock, and Bruno Guimares then put an end to the game after the interval.

Full-back Romain Perraud was able to get one back late in the first. But it was little solace given Southampton’s lackluster showing. The defeat will undoubtedly increase the pressure on Ralph Hasenhuttl. Who struck a disgruntled figure at St. Mary’s as the Magpies ripped apart his team.

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Southampton vs Newcastle | He was occasionally called upon to play throughout the first half and handled the shots he faced rather well, but he let himself down with his distribution, which was occasionally chaotic. all four goals were defeated by low corner shots.

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Mohamed Elyounoussi, who began more forward, was replaced at right-back by the player who was drafted into the starting lineup. handled the first thirty minutes admirably before becoming hurt and needing to be replaced.

Mohammed Salisu has five.

flew into a middle challenge attempt, giving Miguel Almiron room to run into and score the first goal. was frequently caught in a state of confusion when attacking the ball and struggled to get near Chris Wood and Joe Willock for their goals as well.

Armel Bella-Kotchap scored five

After missing three games due to injury, he was immediately inserted into the starting lineup. He made several solid early tackles but, like Salisu, jumped into a challenge for Almiron‘s first goal. Eventually left for Duje Caleta-Car and appeared disappointed in himself as he limped off.