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Leicester beat Saints 9-0 in record English top-flight away win

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Leicester beat Saints 9-0 in record English top-flight away win

Leicester beat Saints 9-0 in record English top-flight away win

Leicester City recorded the biggest ever English top-flight away win by beating 10-man Southampton 9-0 at a rain-sodden St Mary's to move up to second place in the Premier League on Friday (October 25).

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Leicester beat Saints 9-0 in record English top-flight away win

VIDEO SHOWS: STILL IMAGES OF LEICESTER'S RECORD 9-0 WIN OVER SOUTHAMPTON SHOWS: SOUTHAMPTON, ENGLAND, UK (OCTOBER 25, 2019) (REUTERS PICTURES - ACCESS ALL) (MUTE) 1.

STILL PICTURE OF SOUTHAMPTON'S RYAN BERTRAND TACKLE ON LEICESTER'S AYOZE PEREZ 2.

STILL PICTURE OF REFEREE ANDRE MARRINER SHOWING A RED CARD TO BERTRAND FOR TACKLE ON PEREZ SOUTHAMPTON, ENGLAND, UK (OCTOBER 25, 2019) (ACTION IMAGES - ACCESS ALL) (MUTE) 3.

STILL PICTURE OF LEICESTER'S JAMIE VARDY REACTING AFTER SCORING HIS SIDE'S FIFTH GOAL SOUTHAMPTON, ENGLAND, UK (OCTOBER 25, 2019) (REUTERS PICTURES - ACCESS ALL) (MUTE) 4.

STILL PICTURE OF VARDY AND PEREZ CELEBRATING GOAL 5.

STILL PICTURE OF PEREZ SCORING LEICESTER'S SIXTH GOAL 6.

STILL PICTURE OF SOUTHAMPTON'S YAN VALERY LOOKING DEJECTED AFTER VARDY SCORES LEICESTER'S SEVENTH GOAL 7.

STILL PICTURE OF SOUTHAMPTON MANAGER, RALF HASSENHUETTL REACTING ON SIDELINES WHILST LEICESTER MANAGER, BRENDAN RODGERS, WHISTLES 8.

STILL PICTURE OF LEICESTER'S JAMES MADDISON SCORING HIS SIDE'S EIGHTH GOAL WITH A FREE-KICK 9.

STILL PICTURE OF JAMIE VARDY SCORING LEICESTER'S NINTH GOAL FROM THE PENALTY SPOT 10.

STILL PICTURE OF VARDY AND TEAM MATES CELEBRATING NINTH GOAL 11.

STILL PICTURE OF MADDISON CELEBRATING POST MATCH 12.

STILL PICTURE OF MADDISON AND KASPER SCHMEICHEL CELEBRATING POST MATCH 13.

STILL PICTURE OF SOUTHAMPTON'S NATHAN REDMOND LOOKING DEJECTED POST MATCH 14.

STILL PICTURE OF SOUTHAMPTON PLAYERS LOOKING DEJECTED POST MATCH 15.

STILL PICTURE OF HASSENHUETTL AND RODGERS SHAKING HANDS AFTER MATCH IS FINISHED STORY: Leicester City recorded the biggest ever English top-flight away win by beating 10-man Southampton 9-0 at a rain-sodden St Mary's to move up to second place in the Premier League on Friday (October 25).

The biggest margin of victory on the road previously was eight goals, a joint record held by three clubs.

It was also the first time a team had scored nine away goals in the Premier League and equalled

Class="kln">Manchester United's record 9-0 Premier League win achieved at home to Ipswich Town in 1995.

Leicester moved to 20 points from 10 games, their best ever start to a Premier League campaign that leaves them five points behind leaders

Class="kln">Liverpool, who have a game in hand.

Hat-tricks from Ayoze Perez and Jamie Vardy plus goals by Youri Tielemans, Ben Chilwell and James Maddison inflicted Southampton's biggest home defeat in their 133-year history.

Saints lost Ryan Bertrand to an early red card and were shambolic in defence as they slipped into the relegation zone on goal difference after taking one home point this season.

Southampton's heaviest Premier League defeat had been a 7-1 reverse to Liverpool 20 years ago, another unwanted record for their under pressure manager Ralph Hasenhuettl.

There was a double blow for the hosts after 10 minutes when Chilwell tapped home a rebound to give Leicester the lead after Vardy's shot was only parried by goalkeeper Angus Gunn.

A check by the Video Assistant Referee (VAR) showed a crude lunge by Bertrand on Perez in the build-up to the goal and the Southampton defender received his marching orders.

From there, Leicester were able to cut through their opponents at will.

Saints defender Yan Valery could only steer a poor clearance into the path of Tielemans to score after 17 minutes and two minutes later the latter turned provider for Perez to open his Leicester account.

He grabbed his second with a volley at the back post from Chilwell's cross in the 39th, and the home humiliation was compounded when Vardy blasted past Gunn just before the break for a 5-0 lead.

Rampant Leicester added two more before the hour mark as Perez completed his hat-trick with a neat volley and Vardy was left unmarked to head home Chilwell's cross.

Maddison added to the home misery with a 25-metre free-kick before Vardy completed his hat-trick with the last kick of the game via a penalty.

(Production: Francis Maguire)



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