Artur Boruc was the Southampton hero with an injury time penalty save in the 0-0 draw at Southampton.
The holy goalie has been a fixture in the Saints goal since the turn of the year with yesterday’s point vital as Southampton battle to avoid a rapid return to The Championship.
Grant Holt tumbled in the penalty box under pressure from Luke Shaw but after picking himself up Holt saw Boruch spectacularly save his penalty.
“Boruc made a massive save for us and saved us a point,” Saints boss Mauricioo Pochettino said. “I am happy overall with the team’s performance because we regained our fighting spirit which we lost a bit against QPR.
“Before the penalty was given we deserved to be leading the game, so my anger was double fold, that the penalty should not have happened and also we should have been ahead.”
“The weather did not really favour us for the way we wanted to set-up to play. My team adapted really well to the conditions and also Norwich are a very hard team to play against on their own ground.”
Pochettino confronted referee Mark Clattenburg after the final whistle and immediately apologised afterwards for losing his cool.
He added: “In that moment, you cannot really control your emotions, you are angry, my pulse was really high because I thought it was unfair to us and never a penalty.
“I know I should not have been on the pitch and I apologise, but sometimes you can lose control a little bit. However, I know that us managers must control ourselves – sometimes I feel I am playing the game on the sidelines.”
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