Chelsea vs Southampton: A tactical and statistical review of the match

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Jannick Vestergaard of Southampton (Photo by Mike Hewitt/Getty Images)

Southampton took their unbeaten run in the Premier League to three games after claiming an excellent point away at Chelsea.

Saints fell behind to a Timo Werner brace early on but were handed a lifeline just before half-time through Danny Ings’ fourth goal of the season.

They then got back level when Che Adams seized upon a dreadful mistake from Kepa Arrizabalaga but fell behind again when Kai Havertz tapped home from close-range.

However, Saints continued to push forward and got their equaliser after enjoying a very strong second period – Jannik Vestergaard stooping to head home Theo Walcott’s bouncing shot.

Here is a statistical and analytical look at how Saints got the least they deserved in South London (All stats via unless stated):

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