Southampton produced a outstanding turnaround as they beat Burnley 3-2 after going 2-Zero down at St Mary’s on Easter Sunday.
Ralph Hasenhuttl’s aspect confirmed spectacular preventing spirit as they battled again to take all three factors regardless of enduring a really tough begin.
Burnley went 1-Zero up within the 12th minute following a penalty from Chris Wooden.
Play continued for some time after Kyle Walker-Peters’ problem on Erik Pieters earlier than VAR intervention prompted referee Andre Marriner to look at the incident on a pitch-side monitor and award a spot-kick.
Southampton’s job turned tougher simply 28 minutes in as Matej Vydra doubled Burnley’s result in 2-0.
Wooden beat Jan Bednarek within the air following Ben Mee’s lengthy ball ahead, permitting the unmarked Vydra to lash dwelling previous Saints goalkeeper Fraser Forster from the sting of the field.
Southampton rapidly hit again and halved the deficit by way of Stuart Armstrong.
The Scotland midfielder fired into the underside left nook from simply contained in the D after Ings flicked a James Ward-Prowse go into his path.
Saints levelled at 2-2 4 minutes earlier than the break courtesy of the fit-again Ings.
The striker seized on a mistake by Mee to race on to Walker-Peters’ hopeful ball ahead after which reduce inside James Tarkowski to fit by way of the legs of Burnley keeper Nick Pope.
Southampton accomplished the turnaround within the 66th minute following a chronic interval of strain.
Nathan Redmond volleyed in Walcott’s cross to place Saints 3-2 forward after Nick Pope fantastically saved from Ings.
Ward-Prowse earlier rattled the underside of the crossbar, whereas Armstrong and Walcott additionally threatened.
The win lifted them as much as 13th within the desk whereas Burnley sit 15th.