The results of Southampton vs Tottenham Hotspur in the Premier League 2022-2023 are known. In the match that was held at St. Mary’s Stadium, England, on Saturday (18/3/2023), The Lilywhites -Tottenham Hotspur’s nickname – were held to a draw with a score of 3-3.
Pedro Porro (45+1′), Harry Kane (65′) and Ivan Perisic (74′) scored goals for Tottenham Hotspur. Meanwhile, the three goals for The Saints -Southampton’s nickname – were scored by Che Adams (46′), Theo Walcott (78′) and James Ward-Prowse (90 + 3′ P).
Despite playing as a guest team, Tottenham Hotspur immediately took the initiative to attack early in the first half. Son Heung-min almost opened the scoring in the 2nd minute with his powerful shot. However, the ball still does not meet the target.
Not staying silent, Southampton tried to get out of Tottenham’s pressure. In the 10th minute, James Ward-Prowse fired a shot from outside the penalty box. Unfortunately, the ball was still far from Tottenham’s goal, which was escorted by Fraser Forster.
In the 41st minute, Southampton again spread threats to Tottenham. Unfortunately, Mohammed Salisu’s header was still wide on the side of the Tottenham goal.
Towards the end of the first half, The Lilywhites successfully opened a goal tap in the 45+1 minute. Pedro Porro successfully maximized the bait from Son Heung-min. The 0-1 score for the visitors’ advantage lasted until halftime.
Entering the second half, Southampton managed to equalize at 1-1 in the 46th minute. Che Adams was able to maximize the bait from Theo Walcott very well.
After conceding, Tottenham Hotspur increased the tempo of their game. The Lilywhites were able to score a second goal in the 65th minute through Harry Kane’s header. The temporary score is 1-2 for Tottenham Hotspur.
Southampton trying to catch up. However, they conceded again in the 74th minute through Ivan Perisic’s kick. Tottenham Hotspur won 1-3.
The Saints’ efforts to score a goal paid off in the 78th minute. It was Theo Walcott who scored the goal for Southampton, the score being 2-3.
Towards the end of the match in the 90+3 minute, Southampton received a penalty from the referee. James Ward-Prowse, who was the executor, was able to carry out his duties well and changed the score to 3-3. The 3-3 score lasted until the game was over.