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  1. Boufal scores amazing individual goal
  2. Saints' Bertrand hit woodwork with free-kick
  3. Long missed good change from close range
  4. West Brom's Evans limped off after heavy fall
  5. Saints only won one of last 10 games at St Mary's Stadium

Live Reporting

By Matthew Henry

All times stated are UK

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  1. Goodbye!


    That is all from us on another brilliant day of Premier League football.

    20 goals and some huge results.

    Tune in to Match of the Day tonight from 10:30 BST on BBC One and we'll be back right here tomorrow for Everton v Arsenal and Tottenham v Liverpool.

    See you then!

  2. Match of the Day running order

    Match of the Day

    If you missed it earlier on Facebook, here's the Match of the Day running order.

    1. Huddersfield v Man United,
    2. Chelsea v Watford
    3. Man City v Burnley
    4. Swansea v Leicester
    5. Stoke v Bournemouth
    6. Southampton v West Brom
    7. Newcastle v Crystal Palace
    8. West Ham v Brighton

    10:30 BST. BBC One. Don't miss it.

  3. 'It's disappointing' - Pulis

    Southampton 1-0 West Brom

    West Bromwich Albion

    West Brom boss Tony Pulis speaking to Match of the Day about Sofiane Boufal's goal: "The viewers will see it and think it's a wonderful goal. He's going past five players, one or two you'd hope would do better. It's disappointing.

    "Second half we changed it and had a lot more chances. We really had the best opportunity of the game - if we score there it's a different game.

    "Second half our performance was much better and we made much more of a game of it."

  4. Post update

    "The game has changed. A few years ago he would have been stopped."

    Tony Pulis' take on Sofiane Boufal's goal...

  5. Post update

    Less than two minutes in and Barcelona are ahead through Gerard Deulofeu.

    Their opponents Malaga are not happy. Huge protests. Follow it here.

  6. 'Sofiane has that ability'

    Southampton 1-0 West Brom


    Southampton boss Mauricio Pellegrino speaking to Match of the Day: "It was a physical game, the weather conditions wasn't the best, but we put them under pressure. We created chances and scored at the end."

    On Sofiane Boufal's wonder goal: "Sofiane has got ability to do it, we had to change at the end because they put five defenders. We made the right decision and got the victory for more confidence for the next game.

    "I can say that we have got a group of players that most of them deserve to play, but the manager has to choose 11. Sofiane has to wait for his opportunity.

    "They were pushing, but tried to play more simple and direct with good deliveries. They create problems, but we controlled well."

  7. Get Involved


    Hamza Darby: I've defended Pulis but this negative football is taking it's toll. Only 4 wins in 2017, it's hardly working either!

    Fabian Crusoe: Pro's careers are short and to play so much of it without the ball is a crying shame. Pulis ball is cruel on all involved

  8. Post update

    The football isn't over tonight - it's top v bottom in Spain (Barcelona v Malaga) and first v second in Italy (Napoli v Inter Milan).

    Check out our European football live text.

  9. 'A very special goal'

    Southampton 1-0 West Brom


    Southampton goalscorer Sofiane Boufal on BT Sport: "My first Premier League goal of this season, yes, it's very special - the most important thing is we take three points - more important than my goal.

    "I scored one in France I remember, but I am so happy with this goal. I am so hungry. The most important thing is to show the manager on the pitch I can play with this team."

  10. Post update

    That Boufal goal is not the only reason you'll want to watch Match of the Day tonight.

    There have been goals all over the shop.

    Want to know the running order? Gary Lineker is live on Facebook right now. Watch below.

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  11. Post update

    Southampton 1-0 West Brom

    Sofiane Boufal has just suggested that was not even the best goal he's scored in his career.

    I don't believe him.

    Full quotes coming up.

  12. Post update

    Southampton 1-0 West Brom

    I asked before the game whether Tony Pulis or Mauricio Pellegrino would be under pressure were they to lose today.

    The Baggies are seven games without a win now. They have only won two in their last 18.

    What do you make of that West Brom fans? Baggiesguy (below) is not impressed. Agree?

  13. Get Involved


    Matt McNicholas: Thank god. It's no more than Southampton deserve. Pulis is the death of football as we know it.

    Baggiesguy: As an Albion fan I despair. These players are capable of attacking football. But the management won’t let them. Time for change

    Sam Jamaa: Simply Bou-ti-fal (Sorry)

    Don't aplogise Sam. I like it.

  14. Post update

    Southampton 1-0 West Brom

    The Saints fans are posing for selfies with their players.

    What relief.

    It's their first win since 16 September and a first at St Mary's since the second game of the season.


    Southampton 1-0 West Brom

    All over!

    By no means a classic but that goal from Sofiane Boufal deserved three points.

    He's getting a rousing round of applause after the full-time whistle.

    Boufal scores for Southampton
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    Southampton 1-0 West Brom

    Kicked long from West Brom. Booted away by Lemina.

    Now Southampton can break. Boufal. To Austin. Austin rounds the 'keeper... Post!

    So close to a second goal. Just seconds remaining.

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    Southampton 1-0 West Brom

    Tony Pulis is bouncing around on the touchline. His West Brom side just can't get the ball. This has been a very professional finish from the Saints.

  18. Post update

    Southampton 1-0 West Brom

    Southampton are almost there. They have the ball and look intent on running the clock down.

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    Southampton 1-0 West Brom

    That was Sofiane Boufal's his first goal in 23 Premier League games. Surely one of the best he's ever scored.

    Can West Brom conjure up one last chance? We're into four minutes of added time.

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    Southampton 1-0 West Brom

    That goal gets better and better every time you see it. Worth the wait Southampton fans?

    Boufal's skill had two Baggies defenders clattering into each other and on their back side. Brilliant stuff.

    To make matters worse for Tony Pulis his side are going to finish with 10 men. Having made all three subs, Craig Dawson is limping off.