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By Emma Sanders

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  1. Coming up next...

    It's the late kick-off between Norwich City and Liverpool at Carrow Road (17:30 GMT).

    I'm off for a break but I'll be back at 16:00 GMT for all the build-up to that match. That's in a separate page, so follow this link.

    See you then!

  2. 'Worst start you can imagine'

    FT: Southampton 1-2 Burnley

    Southampton

    More from Southampton boss Ralph Haseenhuttl speaking to Match of the Day: "First half was OK. We come back from a stupid goal in the second minute. We played better football than the opponent but it's always difficult to make chances against this team. The second half it is very difficult to keep them in their half.

    "It was the worst start you can imagine. The reaction was OK. In the end we are not good enough second half. We are not aggressive enough and didn't find the solutions for putting them under pressure.

    On the handball decision: "It's boring to discuss this to be honest, there is no clear line. As you want... continue. We could have discussion every week."

  3. 'Poor conditions for travelling'

    FT: Southampton 1-2 Burnley

    Burnley

    More from Burnley boss Sean Dyche speaking to Match of the Day: "It was incredibly poor conditions for travelling let alone football. A tough game, really tough. We had to dug in again like we do.

    "I thought the first goal had bounced off the keeper and we put the rebound in. Having seen it again I see their player has let it through.

    "We didn't take a grip of the game then, they did. We waited for the game to come to us and you can't do that. They were better than us first half. Second half, we calmed the game down. We scored a sublime goal.

    "Chris Wood has got a hamstring [problem]. We're happy he got off quick and could feel it early. We don't spend massive amounts of money and so that involves a whole squad of players. Matej Vydra keeps himself right and he's delivered."

  4. 'Boring talking about decisions'

    FT: Southampton 1-2 Burnley

    Southampton

    Southampton boss Ralph Hassenhuttl speaking to BT Sport: "We lost against a better team if you want. They did what they do best, playing in behind the last line. We conceded two early and too easily.

    "In the second half we couldn't keep the game in our half. It wasn't enough to win the game.

    On the first goal: "We can clear the ball but Danny Ings lets it go in. We then showed a good reaction and tried to outplay them. Outworking this team is not easy because they are strong.

    "We had one or two chances in the second half but not enough. We could have had a penalty with a handball but I won't discuss it because it's boring talking about these decisions. It's frustrating to see that sometimes it is and sometimes it's not.

    "We tried in different ways to beat this opponent and didn't. They did well and fought for everything.

    On the poor home form: "It's not about the kit we wear, it's about the game we play. We were not that clinical and not that good."

  5. 'Vydra got his rewards'

    FT: Southampton 1-2 Burnley

    Burnley

    Burnley boss Sean Dyche speaking to BT Sport: "It was a tough one. They are in good form and have a lot of energy in their performances.

    "They responded to our goal and were the better side. We kept at it but didn't find much. At half-time I gave [the Burnley players] a reminder of what it takes.

    "We had chances and created moments where we could have done better but at the end of the day, you take that. All day long."

    On Matej Vydra's goal: "It was a fantastic finish. Everyone has to play their part. It's a great credit to these players. He hasn't had a lot of football, came in today, worked hard and got his rewards. When they get the chance, they deliver.

    "We just want to build on last season. We want more points. It's another shift forward. It's about development. We just have to find a way to win. That's the art of the game - to win."

  6. 'Don't think it's bad'

    FT: Southampton 1-2 Burnley

    Burnley

    Sean Dyche on Chris Wood's injury: "It's a hamstring for Woody. We'll wait and see. I don't think it's bad. We got him off quickly. So we'll see."

  7. From unreliable to unplayable

    Phil Dawkes

    BBC Sport reporter

    Adama Traore is a physical marvel of a footballer; built like a middleweight boxer (although incredibly he says he doesn't lift weights) yet with the lightning speed of an Olympic sprinter.

    He'd look just at home weaving effortlessly through NFL defences as well as terrorising Premier League ones, which he has done throughout 2019-20 - his statement season in English football for Wolves.

    Unplayable at times, he has scored five goals, assisted 10 more and played a vital role in numerous others by drawing fearful defenders into his orbit.

    But it wasn't always the case. There was a time when Traore was likened to a motor vehicle in much more disparaging terms...

    Read more here.

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  8. Post update

    Just waiting on reaction from managers Ralph Hasenhuttl and Sean Dyche. In the meantime, check out this piece on Wolves' winger Adama Traore from Phil Dawkes...

    It's a cracker.

  9. 'I was waiting so long'

    FT: Southampton 1-2 Burnley

    Burnley

    Burnley goalscorer Matej Vydra speaking to BT Sport: "I was waiting so long for this chance and just tried to do my best and help for three points. I scored so I'm happy for me and my mates.

    "It was a brilliant goal, but most important is the three points.

    "Four games, three wins, we are going up in the table and I think everyone is happy right now."

  10. 'I thought Ben Mee scored!'

    FT: Southampton 1-2 Burnley

    Burnley

    Burnley midfielder Ashley Westwood speaking to BT Sport on his goal: "I didn't even know. I thought Ben Mee scored. Luckily for me it was already over the line! I'm delighted for Matej Vydra too.

    "We said at half-time we sat off them too much. We needed to get on the front foot and the second half won us the game.

    "Even when we go on a bad run our heads don't go down. The win today was massive for us and it's put us in a good position."

  11. Post update

    Steady on Glen. Chris Wilder might have something to say about that! Fifth-place might be enough for Champions League qualification anyway if the two-season ban on Manchester City goes ahead on appeal.

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    Glen: Wow... Burnley are 6 points away from a Champions League place... Burnley in the Champions League wow. Real Madrid at Turf Moor.. just imagine it. It can happen!!!

    Chris Clee: Gutless performance from Saints. Pathetic. No urgency. No Plan B. We can not keep relying on Ings to keep us in contention.

  13. Post update

    FT: Southampton 1-2 Burnley

    Plenty of pats on the back for match winner Matej Vydra as he heads down the tunnel. Big goal from him!

  14. FULL-TIME

    Southampton 1-2 Burnley

    All over. That's the eighth home defeat for Southampton.

    Fourth win on the road for Burnley this season.

  15. Post update

    Southampton 1-2 Burnley

    Jack Stephens' cross is headed away by Ben Mee. Ashley Westwood brings it out of the area and Matej Vydra goes straight to the touchline to run it down the wing.

  16. INJURY TIME

    Southampton 1-2 Burnley

    Four minutes for Saints to find an equaliser.

  17. GREAT SAVE!

    Southampton 1-2 Burnley

    Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg is unmarked in the box and it falls to his feet a few yards out. The angle is tight though and Nick Pope stands his ground, making a smart save with his chest at the near post.

  18. CLOSE!

    Southampton 1-2 Burnley

    Jay Rodriguez forces a save from Alex McCarthy with a decent effort from long range!

  19. Post update

    Southampton 1-2 Burnley

    The rules of handball, for those asking:

    "The following handball situations, even if accidental, will result in a free-kick/penalty:

    • The ball goes into the goal after touching an attacking player's hand/arm
    • A player gains control after it has touched their hand/arm and then scores or creates a goalscoring opportunity
    • The ball touches a player's hand/arm which has made their body unnaturally bigger
    • The ball touches a player's hand/arm when it is above their shoulder