Southampton had two targets disallowed by VAR in a 0-Zero draw at Fulham within the Premier League on Saturday. Shane Long and Theo Walcott each appeared to have damaged the impasse for the guests within the second half, just to see their efforts dominated out for offside on evaluate as Southampton slipped to eighth place within the standings.
Fulham performed out its fourth consecutive draw, doing so within the absence of supervisor Scott Parker whereas he self-isolated after a member of his family examined positive for the coronavirus. There had been simply three shots on course in the course of the game, with possession also evenly shared between the edges.
Southampton appeared to have taken the lead within the 75th when Ryan Bertrand’s cross discovered Long and he slotted the ball previous goalkeeper Alphonse Areola, however the striker was discovered to be offside. The similar destiny befell Walcott after scoring from Che Adams’ cross. Adams, although, was deemed to be in an offside place when he made the run in behind.
Fulham stayed in third-to-last place. Southampton was with out injured striker Danny Ings, whereas supervisor Ralph Hasenhuttl stated before the match that Jannik Vestergaard may miss the following 4 weeks with a knee drawback.
[ Attribution HT]