Southampton 4-1 Brentford. Saints advance to 11th position.

In the Premier League, Southampton easily beat Brentford to move up to 11th place. Saints’ new owner Dragan Solak is ahead of the Saints in the league.

During the first game, Jan Bednarek scored from a corner by James Ward-Prowse.

Brentford scored with their first shot on goal thanks to Vitaly Janelt’s great volley after Bryan Mbeumo’s cross, which led to the goal.

But Ibrahima Diallo hit a goal-bound shot that hit the post and bounced off the goalkeeper of the Bees, Alvaro Fernandez, for an own goal. The Saints then took the lead again.

Shortly after the game restarted, Armando Broja scored a third goal for the hosts. He ran on to Oriel Romeu’s fine through ball and calmly finished past Fernandez.

Substitute Che Adams, who had been out for Covid-19, scored just five minutes after coming on. He reached a long pass before the Brentford goalkeeper and poked in a fourth goal, which was the first time Southampton had scored four goals in a Premier League match this season.

This was Southampton’s first game at home since the Sport Republic group bought Chinese businessman Gao Jisheng’s stake in the club earlier this month.

It was Serb media mogul Solak’s money that helped him buy the team. He was at St. Mary’s and saw his new team win only their fifth league game of the season.

They move above Brentford. They missed the chance to move into the top half and instead fell to 13th place, which was a bad place to be.

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