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Southampton: Daily round-up

Saints shine against West Ham whilst Ralph Krueger guides Europe past Sweden in the World Cup of Hockey ... it’s the news.

World Cup Of Hockey 2016 - Semifinals - Europe v Sweden Photo by Chris Tanouye/Getty Images

Southampton made it a fourth consecutive win in all competitions as they ran past West Ham on Sunday. (ESPN FC)

The BBC investigated the success of Ryan Bertrand and Cedric Soares down the flanks. (BBC)

Jon Moss issued seven yellow cards, including five against West Ham, in Southampton’s win. Does he have the respect of the players? (Daily Mail)

West Ham boss Slaven Bilic and captain Mark Noble admitted that Southampton deserved to win, as the Hammers suffered a fifth defeat from six Premier League matches. (Goal/talkSPORT)

Ralph Krueger’s Team Europe, who advanced to the finals of the World Cup of Hockey, has been the ‘feel good story’ at the tournament says Tim Whamsby. (CBC Sports)

Team Europe were 3-2 winners in overtime of the semifinals and will face Canada in the Championship series beginning Tuesday. (The Star)

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