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The teams first met back in 1923, and with meetings in both football league and tournament settings there is a wealth of history for fans to read up on – but here’s just a few small, more recent bits of it:
Southampton 2 – 3 Chelsea, Premier League, April 2018
Chelsea took three points home with them on their way back from St Mary’s back in April 2018, coming back from 2-0 down in the second half, and managing the feat of three goals in one eight-minute bonanza.
A little over twenty minutes into the game, Southampton sprung into life, with Ryan Bertrand making a long run down the outside, before handing over to Dusan Tadic whose right foot made the final touch home.
Chelsea controlled the ball for most of the first half, but with flashes of brilliance coming from Southampton, who were able to break through the gaps on occasion, but nothing came of any of the rest of the chances before the forty-fifth-minute break.
A quarter of an hour into the second half, Southampton put another ball in the Blues’ net. Jan Bednarek finishing off from a fantastic Ward-Prowse free kick.
Chelsea were seeing the game slip away from them – from what should have been at least a competitive match was becoming an empty handed loss.
As soon as the game felt like it had slipped away, Giroud brought it back with an impeccable header from way outside Southampton’s six-yard box. Chelsea vs Southampton had proven itself exciting.
The score was only kept at 2-1 for a few minutes, when just minutes later Chelsea scored twice more.
The first came from Eden Hazard, who blasted the ball at the Southampton goalmouth, sailing past McCarthy, and brining the score level. Olivier Giroud clinched the winner with a volley into the bottom right corner, sealing the victory for visitors Chelsea.
Chelsea 4 – 0 Southampton, May 2004, Premier League
Chelsea were a game away from the 2004 Champions League Semi-Finals, and were clearly on top form and ready and waiting for Southampton to visit the Bridge.
Despite the visitors also looking worthy of victory at times, it was Chelsea who worked the ball into even the smallest spaces on the front foot, and kept a clean sheet due to tight, coordinated defence whenever the Saints took the ball into the Blues’ end.
After an uneventful first half, a slip up from Southampton’s Cranie put Chelsea in the lead – an own goal from off a Chelsea corner. This seemed to reignite both teams, sending Southampton forward, and giving Chelsea the chances they needed for the counter attacks Claudio Ranieri desperately wanted.
Again, like the 2018 game, another quick fire round of three goals gave Chelsea the leads they wanted. Frank Lampard shot two in eight minutes, and Glen Johnson finalised the Chelsea tally with the fourth ten minutes after Lampard’s first.
Southampton 1 – 5 Chelsea, January 2013, FA Cup
Lampard levelled for the second highest scoring Blues player in this Chelsea vs Southampton FA Cup matchup. The play at St Mary’s was dominated by the away team, leaving almost nothing for Southampton to work with.
One thing that can’t be knocked is the Saints’ stubbornness in defence and tenacity when attacking, but they were simply outclassed by the technically superior side.
Southampton’s Jay Rodriguez put the first 1 on the board twenty-two minutes into the game, giving the home fans something to sing about. But their celebrations were quietened down ten minutes later as Demba Ba scored his first goal of the game – and his first of his Chelsea career.
From then on out, it was all Chelsea. They dominated Southampton in every aspect of play, and scored a further three from outfield, before cub legend Frank Lampard brought his Chelsea goal tally to 193 with a penalty in the eighty-third minute.
Chelsea vs Southampton is not a match to miss. The Blues have a history of beating Southampton, often in dominating fashion, but the Saints have always been a hard working side and a constant threat. Buy your Chelsea VIP packages today and experience the match day in style!