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Saints Loan Watch: Monday, November 24

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The international break is done and dusted (for this year, at least) and proper football returns! We tracked the progress of Southampton's loanees in this week's loan watch.

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Ramirez' forgettable start as Hull lost to Spurs

Gaston Ramirez was handed his first start in Sunday's Premier League matchup against Tottenham Hotspur at The KC Stadium, but the Uruguayan had a terrible time as he was given his marching orders in the 50th minute.

Ramirez and Jan Vertonghen came together in a challenge and the former flicked his foot at the Belgian defender in response which earned him a straight red card.

Hull went ahead thanks to Jake Livermore but goals from Harry Kane and Christian Eriksen gave Tottenham the win.

Bournemouth share the spoils with Ipswich

Arthur Boruc made same crucial saves as Bournemouth drew 2-2 against Ipswich Town in the battle between fellow Championship high-flyers.

The Cherries went ahead after just two minutes thanks to Yann Kermogant scissors kick. Teddy Bishop then restored parity five minutes after restart. Boruc had made two saves to deny David McGoldrick and Christophe Berra prior to halftime.

Bournemouth then went ahead once again through Matt Ritchie but Ipswich managed to steal a point thanks to Darryl Murphy's header. The result saw Bournemouth remained second with 32 points trailing Derby County by three points.

Six-goal thriller between Norwich and Brighton

Jos Hooiveld played 78 minutes as Norwich City drew with Brighton 3-3 in an exciting game that also saw Bradley Johnson dismissed in stoppage time.

Norwich came back from behind to take a 2-1 lead through Jonny Howson and Russel Martin after Bruno Salter had gave Brighton the lead. Kazenga LuaLua then equalized before Hooiveld gave away a penalty folliowing his challenge on Adrian Colunga.

Colunga dispatched the penalty to give The Seagulls the lead once again, but substitute Gary Hooper saved a point for The Canaries five minutes before time. Norwich remained in 10th place with 27 points.

Swindon edged closer to the summit with win

Andy Williams and Jonathan Obika scored one apiece as Swindon Town defeated host Peterborough United 2-1. Jack Stephens and Jordan Turnbull played the whole game for the visitors.

This win saw Swindon closed the gap with leaders Bristol City in League One, trailing them by just a point.

Sinclair a spectator in nine goal fest

Jake Sinclair was on the bench as he saw his side, Hibernian, scored six past host Dumbarton in a 6-3 win. Dominique Malonga scored a hat-trick for Hibernian as they remained fourth in The Scottish Championship with four points.

Late action for Osvaldo in The Milan Derby

Pablo Osvaldo was a late substitute, as he came on the 89th minute but failed to make an impact on proceedings as AC Milan and Inter Milan drew 1-1. Jeremy Menez gave Milan the lead on 23rd minute, before Joel Obi equalized in the 61st minute.