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    Sunday, October 16, 2016

    Austin double broadens Southampton's unbeaten run

    Charlie Austin scored twice to help Southampton up to eighth place in the Premier League with a 3-1 triumph over Burnley
    Charlie Austin scored twice to help Southampton up to eighth place in the Premier League with a 3-1 triumph over Burnley. After Tom Heaton kept Austin motel check in the principal half with an amazing recovery to paw the striker's descending header wide of the post, Saints scored three times in 14 second-half minutes.

    Austin opened the scoring when he constrained the ball past Heaton at the second endeavor after Virgil van Dijk's header over the six-yard box.

    Nathan Redmond multiplied the count with a penetrated complete from a corner skimmed into the crate on the hour check, before Austin tucked in a spot kick after Premier League debutant Sam McQueen, on as a substitute for harmed Matt Targett, was stumbled by Johan Berg Gudmundsson.
    Sam Vokes scored what was a relief objective with a spot-kick himself to make it 3-1, taking after Dusan Tadic's push on Ben Mee, however Saints saw out the match and extended their unbeaten hurried to four group matches.

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