Ralph Hasenhuttl talks up Danny Ings Golden Boot chances


Southampton boss understands the crucial of Danny Ings to his Premier League team.

Southampton boss Ralph Hasenhuttl has actually backed Danny Ings to contend for the Premier League golden boot after his double motivated his side’s emphatic 3-1 win at having a hard time Watford

Ings offered the visitors a 16 th minute lead prior to including a second after the second-half beverages break, taking his goal tally for the season to 21– 18 of them in the leading flight.

Watford handled to pull one back in the closing phases of the game when Jan Bednarek turned a Jose Holebas cross into his own net, however James Ward-Prowse brought back Southampton’s 2-goal lead less than 3 minutes later on with a remarkable free-kick.

Ings sits simply behind Jamie Vardy at the top of the race to declare the Premier League golden boot and the manager has actually backed him to have an effect in their final matches.

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“Nobody will deny how important a player he is for us,” Hasenhuttl stated after the game.

” Whatever ispossible We will play with him in the last 6 games, and if he gets a possibility, you see how great his ending up is.

” He appears to be fitter than ever, he was hard working in shutdown [lockdown] which provides him now great physical alternatives.

“It’s definitely a sort of outrageous quality he has and when we scores it is fantastic.”

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The Austrian manager stated prior to the journey to Watford he anticipated an action from his side’s lacklustre 2-0 home defeat to Arsenal, and he was pleased with how things exercised.

On the efficiency, he stated: “I think we did quite well from the first minute, we were very disciplined, (had) good organisation and (were) a hard-working team and we deserved to win.”

Watford nevertheless have actually struggled considering that the reboot, and having actually taken one point from their last 3 matches they now sit precariously simply one point above the transfer zone, and Nigel Pearson confesses his side need to combat in the upcoming matches.

On the efficiency today, Pearson stated: “[It was] a hard day against a side who move the ball much better than us.

“They coped with the situation better than us, we made too many unforced errors, mistakes for the goals, so gave ourselves far too much to do and it’s disappointing for sure.”

He added: “We are fighting for our lives and we have not found performance levels I would expect from us.”

Pearson did not wish to discuss the omission of Andre Gray, Nathaniel Chalobah and Domingos Quina.

A pre-match post on the club’s Twitter account stated the trio were left out by the manager “to ensure the health and safety of all players, staff and officials at today’s game”.

A paper report declared striker Gray had actually hosted a celebration at his home for
around 20 individuals on Friday however the Hornets boss would not comment even more on the matter after the game.

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