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Live Reporting

Shamoon Hafez

All times stated are UK

  1. Monday Night Club

    BBC Radio 5 Live

    Mark Chapman is joined by Micah Richards, Chris Sutton & Rory Smith for the Monday Night Club as they look at the race for the top four and the bizarre leaked news of Jack Grealish's injury via the medium of fantasy football?!

    Listen below.

  2. 'They killed us in the second half'

    Leeds 3-0 Southampton

    Southampton

    Southampton manager Ralph Hasenhuttl tells BBC Sport: "First half good, second half disaster.

    On disallowed goal: "Maybe it was a little bit too early but 50 meters in front of goal, waiting for the referee's whistle. Let us not discuss the referee today. We deserved to lose today because in the second half we have not been playing what we should be against this team. In the firs half we showed we can compete as a team, the second half balls in behind was causing us problems and that is too easy. No chance to get something here.

    "Nathan Tella was good, he is brave, has good in drilling and knew we wanted to have good one v one qualities. We had good chance, we did not make it but they did.

    "To find an explanations for the second, we have not discussed it. They came out and played more long balls in behind but the timing for us was horrible, we got caught too many times. The closing down was difficult in the second half and nothing worked quite well.

    "We speak about this for a few weeks now, hopefully Oriol Romeo is not injured and every time we lose a game we have players struggling with injuries.

    "It was a good tackle (by Romeu) but we had good moments on the other side, we gave them one chance in the first 45 minutes so 3-0 was maybe too high. It was deserved, they killed us in the second half."

  3. 'First goal is key'

    Leeds 3-0 Southampton

    Leeds United

    Leeds manager Marcelo Bielsa tells BBC Sport: "The difference of the three goals is different to how it was between the two teams, even if I think the victory was deserved. Throughout the game it was difficult to establish differences between the two teams. Even if we had a good offensive game - we created double the chances they did - the dominance alternated.

    "When the games are so close, the team that scores first gets the advantage. It is not definitive but has weight.

    "Raphinha is a player very necessary because he can unbalance teams by himself. Our game is based on combinations and to have a player who can combine and create in individual actions, that is very important.

    "Illan Meslier had an influence on the final result because he neutralised the opportunities of the opponent."

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    SMS Message: Frank Lampard for the Southampton job? from Tom
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  5. 'We gave up'

    Leeds 3-0 Southampton

    Southampton

    Southampton manager Ralph Hasenhuttl tells Sky Sports: "In the end we are losing and this is not perfect. The second half of the season is always working like this, we have chances and don't score.

    "Our disallowed goal was one second played too early and it is tough to take at the moment, a deserved win for Leeds because they had more energy in the second half. We gave up in the second half and that is not what I like.

    "They have good one against one quality and every ball in behind we had problems to deal with. As long as we defend together, were committed they only had one chance. In the second half we were stretched. They showed our weakness immediately and are strong in one on one, we could not manage it."

  6. Post update

    Leeds 3-0 Southampton

    Leeds United

    Leeds manager Marcelo Bielsa tells Sky Sports: "The difference between the two teams was not as big as the scoreline, the game was very disputed even if our offensive game was big or more than the opponents. We created double the chances they did but the transmit of the game was very up and down.

    "They had two different types of full-backs and the right back did not attack while the left-back attacked more and defended less. We were alternating between Raphinha, Helder Costa and Jack Harrison to see which adapted best to what was happening on both sides. In the second half when we scored quickly, there were more possibilities for Raphinha to get in behind more."

    On signing a new contract at Leeds: "I simply wanted to reflect that when there is a third of the league still to play for, many games can offer conclusions that perhaps have an influence on the final decision. In no way do I want to position my way in an advantageous position with the club. If the club offer me an extension and I delay it, that would seem as though the club is more interested in me than I am in the club but that is not the case."

  7. 'We played the pitch better'

    Leeds 3-0 Southampton

    Leeds United

    Leeds striker Patrick Bamford tells Sky Sports: "More important than anything today was winning, it was quite an even game and the first time I have seen a team come and press like we do. We got the first goal and managed to get the three points.

    "We were getting caught on the ball and played the pitch better and played it into the opposition half a bit quicker. We got the first goal and managed to get two more.

    "The pitch was like going to a winter wonderland at Christmas."

  8. FULL-TIME

    Leeds 3-0 Southampton

    All over.

    A three-goal second half showing from Leeds moves them into the top half of the table.

    That's a solitary point for Southampton from their last eight games.

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    Alan Ferguson: Raphinha booked after scoring that goal for Leeds. Remember Firmino used to do that for us. He’s stopped now.

    Scoring that is.

  10. CLOSE!

    Leeds 3-0 Southampton

    Into added time.

    Still chance for a Leeds fourth but Pablo Hernandez laces a volley wide.

    It would have been a spectacular goal, he watched it all the way.

  11. Post update

    Leeds 3-0 Southampton

    Sorry about this one Leeds fans...

    But will Raphinha still be at the club next season should a big offer come in?

    Another top class performance from the Brazilian.

  12. Post update

    Leeds 3-0 Southampton

    Raphinha is the first player to score a direct free-kick in the Premier Leagie for Leeds since Stephen McPhail in March 2004 (v Man City).

  13. Post update

    Leeds 3-0 Southampton

    Raphinha is causing havoc.

    The Brazilian has run Southampton ragged, getting in behind again and finding the run of Helder Costa on the edge of the box but the shot is blazed over.

  14. YELLOW CARD

    Leeds 3-0 Southampton

    Raphinha removes his shirt while celebrating and gets a booking.

    Don't think he'll care.

  15. GOAL - Leeds 3-0 Southampton

    Raphinha

    Icing on the cake.

    The brilliant Raphinha steps up to take the free-kick and curls the shot past the wall and into the corner.

    Alex McCarthy should do better, he gets a slight hand on it but cannot keep the effort out.

    Can't be beaten on the goalkeeper's side like that.

    Raphina
  16. YELLOW CARD

    Leeds 2-0 Southampton

    Leeds then break for the third, but Helder Costa is tripped by Moussa Djenepo and a booking for the visiting player.

  17. CLOSE!

    Leeds 2-0 Southampton

    Che Adams' tries to convert a cross via his chest but Illan Meslier can gather on the line.

  18. Post update

    Leeds 2-0 Southampton

    Into the final 10, Leeds should be able to enjoy this now.

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    SMS Message: Replying to Stephen at 19:30: This is clearly a case of someone watching a couple of Southampton games every few months, looking at results and having no awareness of the injury crisis the team has gone through in the last couple of months. Great manager with a aim to actually take the club somewhere from Ben
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    SMS Message: Don't think you'll find a true saints fan that feels Hasenhuttl should go. It's a club with next to no investment and tonne of injuries. Hasenhuttl isn't completely faultless but there are different factors than just manager being poor. from Ryan
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