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Quarter-Final: Wigan Athletic v Southampton

Mark Chapman presents live coverage of the FA Cup quarter-final between Wigan and Southampton at the DW Stadium.


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COMMENTATOR:

What a goal!

Would you

believe it?

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This is one of the great shocks of

the competition.

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Is Gascoigne going to have a crack?

He is, you know. It's there!

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He is, you know. It's there! Giggs

has gone past and he has scored a

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sensational goal. Gerrard! Cantona!

Aaron Ramsey's scored!

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The world's greatest cup.

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Crackington, crackling atmosphere at

the DW Stadium. -- cracking. That

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hurt. Under one. Good save. Mistake!

Bravo comes to the rescue. Here is

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Grigg, side netting. Aguero, good

save by Walton. The red card is

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coming out. He's sent off, here is

great. Greek. Is scored! I do not

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believe it! -- Will Grigg. Wigan

Athletic have knocked out a

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Manchester City. They have not had

days like these for years.

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A month on from one of the great FA

Cup upsets we are back at the DW

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Stadium as Wigan play for a place in

the semifinals and the fourth

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Premier League scalp. Southampton

have any manager in Mark Hughes who

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has replaced Mauricio Pellegrino

with one win in 17 league games

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leaving the club battling

relegation. First up is the cup the

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competition Hughes has won four

times as a player. Welcome to Wigan,

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three very cold pundits alongside me

already and this is just the start

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of the show. Kevin Kilbane, Francis

Benali and Dion Dublin. We will try

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not to mention the weather too much

but there are snowstorms in the air

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swirling.

Quite nice, typical

weather, we are a fine.

You need a

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bit more hairspray!

Do you think the

win against City boosts Wigan, or

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increase expectation for another

Premier League scalp? Probably

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somewhere in between both. I

genuinely feel. Expectation he can

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have another Premier League scalp.

It was a different performance

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against Man City to the ones against

West Ham and Bournemouth, it was

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very much sitting deep and trying to

contain the City but in the games

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against Bournemouth and West Ham

they played really good football.

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The Wigan manager, Paul Cox, who is

a man that you used to play with,

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you get the feeling expectation

isn't a bad thing and he wants that

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and what's Tidemand it from his

players.

And the belief which comes

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from Paul Cook. We saw him during

the week and he is buoyant and the

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players want to play for him and

shake his hand in the morning. The

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feeling around the training ground

is very good. I think he will go for

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this today, there will not be any

sitting back and waiting to see what

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Southampton have got, I think he

will go for it and he will tell his

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players you have got a chance.

And

therefore, is a slightly different

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for Southampton in that if they had

come here with Mauricio Pellegrino

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they might have come here with

trepidation but this is a new

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manager, and a new start, so you

throw off the doom and gloom that

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has been around the club, do you? Is

it not that simple?

Since Mark

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Hughes's appointment there has been

a huge reaction from the supporters

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and lots of positivity and he had

the impact he's managed to have with

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the guys already. First and foremost

the squad must have a reaction and

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have an impact. They have a great

opportunity, it will be a tough game

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against Wigan, they have had some

great success against some Premier

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League sides but going forward it

will be an impact on the Premier

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League games they have left.

Marcuse

has been talking to Damian Johnson

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pre-match.

Your first game in charge of

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Southampton. -- Mark Hughes. How do

you feel about playing Wigan in the

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FA Cup?

Looking forward to it, only

been here a few days but I have been

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impressed by the application and

quality I have to work with. Today

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is a difficult fixture, going up

against a lower league team that has

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had good success against Premier

League teams, in this competition

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this year, so we've got to be ready.

But I sensed that the group is ready

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to go and we are looking forward to

it. It is a cup quarterfinal, great

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competition, a competition that has

been very good to me during my

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playing career so we would love to

progress.

Some of your big hitters

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are on the bench. Is that a sign of

having to balance Premier League

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survival is your priority and making

cup progress?

I picked a team that I

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think will win the game first and

foremost. We have a good group and

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lots of players not involved today

clearly will be involved as we move

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through these games that we have

ahead of us that are going to test

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as all. The fixtures are difficult

but we are at the business end of

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the season and we have got to get it

done.

You went out in the FA Cup at

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Coventry, with Stoke City, you can't

have imagined getting a second

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crack, can you?

My record, apart

from maybe the latter stages of my

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tenure at Stoke, I think my record

stands comparison to anybody's. I

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understand the league. I mentioned

the FA Cup already, it is a

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competition close to my heart, so

the disappointment I felt on that

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day hopefully will be changed today.

He says he has some big hitters on

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the bench, he's got some big hitters

in his starting XI as well, such is

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the nature of Premier League squads

these days, so it's more about how

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the starting XI gelled together.

It's interesting to see his line-up,

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we might see a change of formation

to what Southampton played on the

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Pellegrino, interesting to see he

has Gabbiadini and Carrillo in his

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starting XI, so he may play them up

front. We will wait and see. His

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experience as a player, he will have

the impact and knowledge and

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experience to help them as an

attacking side.

When he got the job

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he said he thinks he can improve

their forward play and their

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creativity, which is quite

refreshing because most managers

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when they take over a job say the

first thing they will do is improve

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fitness. Whenever a new manager

takes over. Do you think is the kind

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of coach that can improve their

creativity?

He will pass that mantle

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onto his coaches, he will tell his

coaches, this is what I want to see

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from my players. Mark Hughes is a

manager's man, he will manage the

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players' personalities, make sure

everything is right mentally with

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the players going into the games and

tell the coaches, get them ready to

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stay in this league and move forward

in the FA Cup.

When you

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in the FA Cup.

When you look at

their stats, everything indicates

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that they are about mid-table,

whether it be goals scored, goals

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conceded, chances created, whatever,

mid-table could be a relegation

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battle in the Premier League this

season but it feels like they are

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underperforming.

Yes, I think that's

the case, when I have watched

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Southampton this season I think it

is a bit more up-tempo football,

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maybe taking a few more chances in

the final third, getting crosses

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into the penalty area. If he's going

to play two upfront with the likes

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of Gabbiadini Unita crosses going

into the area because his movement

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is as good as anyone you will see. I

don't feel they have been the

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chances created from his point of

view coming his way, that is what

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Mark Hughes will want to change.

There was lots of say football under

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the previous manager Pellegrino, so

hopefully Mark Hughes will come in

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and encourage them to take more

risks, they've got to be brave and

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go at teams, to progress in the

competition there will have to go at

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Wigan and two score the goals they

need for Premier League survival

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this year.

Let's switch back to

Wigan and the man that score the

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goal that knocked out Man City in

the last round, Dion Dublin has been

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to visit Will Grigg.

Nice to meet you, will.

Nice to meet

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you.

Yes, you're definitely still on

fire, are hot.

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You've got to be sick of it now. Is

it getting on your nerves?

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Definitely not, it's one of those

things again, it sort of shows if on

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scoring goals and on form the fans

sing it and it's definitely a

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positive for myself to hear them

singing the song. It was absolutely

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incredible, the first time it hit is

we played Germany and we just came

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out to warm up and I looked to the

left-hand side of the stadium and

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the lyrics were on the screen, and I

thought, a few of the boys were

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looking at me going, Giggy, quite

surreal and something I enjoyed.

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Tell me about the City game.

COMMENTATOR:

Will Grigg has scored!

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No celebration, what was that about?

I was probably too tired to

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celebrate, it was more shocked I

have managed to touch it, and I had

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lots of family there and for me it

was a special occasion and I wanted

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to take in the moment, obviously a

great goal and put us in a strong

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position, but like I said I just

wanted to take in the moment.

Can it

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happen again?

The cup means so much

to everyone, walking around the

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training ground and stadium you can

see the photos and memories from it.

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If we can replicate something like

that that would be the dream but we

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will take every game as it comes and

concentrate on the big one on

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Sunday.

Winning the FA Cup or going

up?

It's a tough one, the sole aim

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at the start of the season was

promotion, we made no bones about

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it, that's the big one, and the FA

Cup has been a bonus but when you

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get this far you start to smell it

and started in.

I'm not sure Paul

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Cook appreciated Dion Dublin

visiting Wigan earlier this week

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because this is what he said to

Damian Johnson pre-match.

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I heard you yesterday say you are a

bit conflicted from Dummett between

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promotion from League 1 and the FA

Cup. Now the game is here and you

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can smell the hotdogs, any clearer?

That was Dion Dublin winding me up,

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talking about winning the FA Cup, we

must knock out Southampton, Man

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United and Chelsea, even I can

dream. We want to be promoted,

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that's for sure, thank you.

You have

been winding them up this week?

Just

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a little bit, he's an old friend and

I'm allowed to. What I like about

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him is he is positive, a likeable

bloke and he will get his team

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trying to play the right way today.

Try and get past the massive hurdle

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of Southampton today in the right

way, he has a bit of backbone to his

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team, is got a few fighters, two

centre halves must take no

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prisoners.

In his response after the

last game he said it killed him

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setting aside up against Man City

and the manner in which they played

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because he wants to play expansive

football and he has done throughout

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his career and I think he will do

the same again today.

We were

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chatting before the match about the

Will Grigg finish against Man City,

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firstly in his head he will have

known he will not get many chances,

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and secondly, he would have had a

bit of time to think about it

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because he had to run towards it, it

wasn't instinctive, was it?

Correct

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and Kyle Walker was chasing him down

so you haven't got that much time.

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When you get into a situation like

that you've got to be a goal-scorer

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mentally and know what you're going

to do before getting to the ball, he

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knew what he wanted to do and a

great finish.

This is it, the third

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FA Cup quarterfinal at the weekend.

Remember, later on the BBC we still

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have Leicester against Chelsea. But

now it is Wigan against Southampton

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and your commentators at the DW

Stadium, Martin Keown and Steve

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Wilson.

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COMMENTATOR: Good afternoon

everybody, what is it about Wigan

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and the FA Cup? Since they won it

and were relegated in 2013 they

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played nine matches against Premier

League teams in this competition and

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they have won six of them. So, are

Southampton, who sprang their own

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huge cup final shock way back in

1976, to be next on Wigan's hit

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list? It is worth remembering that

when Lawrie McMenemy masterminded

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that famous Saints win over

Manchester United all those years

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ago, Wigan were still two years away

from playing their first game as a

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football league club. 40 years only

in the Football League. But here

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they are on another terrific FA Cup

run. But the opposition has changed

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over the last few days because now

it is Mark Hughes in the other

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dugout, and if that Southampton

squad needed a boost up their

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backsides I would suggest that there

is no one better than Mark Hughes to

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provide it. His first game in

charge. Let's look at the Wigan side

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first. The goalkeeper Christian

Walton's parent creme Dai club

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Brighton went out yesterday puts

paid to his nightmare scenario of

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being ineligible for an FA Cup final

or semifinal. The Egyptian

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International missed the win over

Man City was suspended. Nick Powell

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is on the bench because of a

hamstring tweak. Gary Roberts starts

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on his 34th birthday, and then there

is Will Grigg, the face that

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launched a song, a pie, and who

knows what else? He is the club's

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top scorer on seven. Mark Hughes

played in five FA Cup finals, won

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four of them, managed Blackburn to

the semis in 2005, his first-team

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selection is two changes to

Pellegrino's last, the same back

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four, Manolo Gabbiadini called into

play behind career with Boufal

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prevented Redmond on the left. It is

only Gabbiadini's second start with

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the club since Christmas. --

Carrillo. One step from Wembley and

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the FA Cup semifinal. Michael Oliver

in charge, worth saying today there

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is no VAR for this FA Cup

quarterfinal. One step from Wembley.

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And Wembley is a place where Wigan

Athletic have played in their

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history in five different

competitions. Everything from the

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final of the FA Trophy to the FA

Cup. Martin Keown, it is already a

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wonderful story for this League 1

side but can they do it again?

If

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you can beat Man City in the manner

they did, one of the finest teams we

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have seen in the Premier League in

recent years, you can beat anyone.

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Mark Hughes coming in

psychologically has changed things a

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little bit, Southampton will surely

be much improved on their recent

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performances.

Well, one of the

things that Paul Cook has been at

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pains to try and get across this

week is the fact that Wigan are

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still the underdogs. They are still

two leagues behind Southampton

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because, as you say, Martin, having

beaten Manchester City there is a

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little feeling abroad that they

might even be favourites for this.

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Not the case, says Paul Cook. We

have a false start from the kick-off

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but it's Wigan in the blue and white

striped shirts kicking from right to

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left in the first half against

Southampton in their change kits,

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the kind of turquoise and black

stripes and they are going from left

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to right. The third of the four FA

Cup quarterfinals. A reminder that

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at this stage of the competition

there are no replays, so if it's

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required we would have extra time

and then a penalty shoot out. This

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is Callum Elder with the throw in

for a Wigan.

Interesting Paul Cook

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is out there already pushing on his

team. They sat back against City,

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they will try and push on in this

game.

Here is Morsy. Probably will

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go to the World Cup, Sam Morsy, with

Egypt. Elder here he is again. Nice

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little touch from Morsy into Will

Grigg. Cut out comfortable for

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Southampton by Boufal. Carrillo.

Daniel Burn got in a very good

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challenge. That is a little marker

from the Wigan centre-half. You'd

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have liked that, Martin.

I really

rate this boy, he should play at a

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high level but he might get there

anyway with Wigan.

I do remember

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when Fulham signed him as a very

young player there was a lot of

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excitement about his prospects.

Daniel Burn, a big 6'7" centre-half

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wearing 33 at the back for Wigan.

Here come Southampton. Carrillo.

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Wilhelmina's pass unable to pick out

Boufal.

Sloppy, wasn't it? --

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Lemina. The first things you do in

the game, the first tackle, the

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first pass, get it right.

He had an

exceptional night against Manchester

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City in the fifth round. Morsy.

Jacobs, scorer of an injury time

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winner on Wednesday night at

Bradford for Wigan in League 1, one

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of three teams trying to go up

automatically, but there are only

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two places for automatic promotion

Colin Blackburne lead the table,

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Shrewsbury second and Wigan third,

the Wigan have games in hand on

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both. They have a very busy schedule

ahead, Paul Cook's side. Interesting

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already that Wigan are very

comfortable in possession, move the

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ball quickly, just a couple of

touches. Dunkley with the long ball

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forward for Wigan.

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Good partnership, they are, Dunkley

and Byrne. Worth saying that we have

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Nathan Byrne, the right back for

Wigan wearing two, surname spelt

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Byrne and Daniel Burn at centre-half

wearing 33, surname Burn.

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wearing 33, surname Burn.

There is

only one Paul Cook, isn't there?

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Certainly is.

He has a great

enthusiasm for the game. I spoke to

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him before the match and he is

loving it.

Here is Jacobs for Wigan

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with Cedric in front of him. Trying

to go outside the Portuguese. A

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little bit of help from Elder.

Hojbjerg for Southampton. Well won

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by Roberts.

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by Roberts. They have got to expect

a scrap, Southampton, got to be up

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for a scrap.

Roberts is up for it,

putting in two big tackles, he wants

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to win this, huge fraud Wigan

players, for both sets of players,

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but dreaming about the FA Cup, just

getting past Southampton is what

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they want to do today.

Here is

Massey. And now Robertson and Will

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Grigg inside the penalty area and

it's a corner. On the right-hand

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side Nathan Byrne plays like a

winner, he was early in his career.

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They started out at Spurs, Nathan

Byrne.

Good pedigree.

So, Wigan of

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League 1 on the front foot. Max

Power will take this first corner

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kick of the game, which the wind

definitely caught. Morsy. And then

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Massey got underneath the half

volley.

It was worth a punt from

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there, wasn't it? Decent ball in,

pulling away. He just can't get his

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body over this one.

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body over this one.

I thought he put

in a very disciplined display

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against Manchester City playing in a

midfield three, not his natural

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position, he is a wide attacking

player, which is where he is today.

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That's the job he did and he did it

well. Roberts for Wigan who has

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started really brightly. Smashed

away by Wesley Hoedt Gaya chased by

0:20:170:20:21

Gabbiadini, the offside flag is up.

That was quite close Gabbiadini, he

0:20:210:20:27

has always impressed me, he has

really good movement and will test

0:20:270:20:31

the two central defenders. He just

managed to running between them.

0:20:310:20:35

There is no disguising that

Southampton's main problem this

0:20:350:20:38

season has been the lack of goals.

Charlie Austin on six is still the

0:20:380:20:42

top scorer and has been injured

since December and only started six

0:20:420:20:46

matches this season. Got to get more

from Gabbiadini, from Redmond and

0:20:460:20:50

Shane Long and Carrillo, the record

signing who hasn't scored yet.

No,

0:20:500:20:57

it is alarming, you come to

Southampton and they don't really

0:20:570:21:00

score goals, except Charlie Austin

and he's never really available.

0:21:000:21:05

There he is, Guido Carrillo. He

played under the previous manager at

0:21:050:21:13

Estudiantes in Argentina. Will

Grigg. Cedric Thornton he was

0:21:130:21:16

fouled. The referee Michael Oliver

didn't agree. -- Cedric thought he

0:21:160:21:22

was fouled.

You cannot take

liberties in possession against

0:21:220:21:26

Wigan, I'm afraid.

Flag up on the

far side against Will Grigg. It's

0:21:260:21:31

going to be a free kick to

Southampton.

0:21:310:21:37

Southampton. What a campaign he is

having, Will Grigg. 18 goals in all

0:21:380:21:43

competitions and seven in the cup.

I

bet he's still living off that goal

0:21:430:21:49

against City. Remarkable goal.

Incredible performance that night.

0:21:490:21:56

Limmy net forward, Tadic are running

in behind but safely dealt with by

0:21:560:22:00

Callum Elder. Here is Gabbiadini --

Mario Lemina. Gabbiadini started his

0:22:000:22:07

Southampton career with a flurry of

goals but they dried up Fraley

0:22:070:22:10

quickly. Ryan Bertrand. -- fairly

quickly. Lemina. Boufal. He has

0:22:100:22:21

plenty of tricks in his book,

Sofiane Boufal. But he couldn't find

0:22:210:22:25

a team-mate and it's clear the only

as far as Lemina. That's Daniel

0:22:250:22:31

Burn's header. Tadic. Jacob was

fouled and it's a free kick to

0:22:310:22:41

Wigan.

0:22:410:22:48

Wigan.

Carrillo making a bit of

contact. He went into his back. It

0:22:480:22:55

is interesting how Gabbiadini,

although playing slightly deeper,

0:22:550:22:57

he's the one pulling on the last

shoulder of the defender. Just seen

0:22:570:23:02

if these two can become a

partnership. They need something to

0:23:020:23:05

happen for them quickly. No time to

lose in this season, Mark Hughes

0:23:050:23:11

coming in very late -- just seeing

if these two.

Just eight Premier

0:23:110:23:16

League games. Look at that bobble,

my goodness!

There is lots of sand

0:23:160:23:22

on the pitch. We know they play

rugby here. Southampton settling in

0:23:220:23:27

well, Wigan are well used to it but

not there.

There is a huge divot in

0:23:270:23:32

the 18-yard box and the ball caught

it. Almost Paul Robinsonesque in

0:23:320:23:41

Zagreb all those years ago against

Croatia.

0:23:410:23:48

Croatia. Here is Wigan with Dan Burn

into Sam Morsy.

0:23:480:23:56

into Sam Morsy. Looking for Jacobs.

Cedric allowed Jacobs to get onto

0:23:560:23:58

it, and then did he leave Jacobs to

the ground? Michael Oliver was in a

0:23:580:24:03

good position to judge and said he

was not -- did he leave the Jacobs.

0:24:030:24:08

Hojbjerg. Cedric.

Should have gone

and dealt with the initial ball.

0:24:080:24:17

It's going to be a Southampton throw

in. This is it here, isn't it? He

0:24:170:24:25

was backing away from it and it

looks like he leaned on him, that

0:24:250:24:28

was a foul on Jacobs. Paul Cook

thought so, you could hear him

0:24:280:24:32

shouting to Michael Oliver,

"Michael, it's a foul!" Hoedt. Byrne

0:24:320:24:44

for Wigan.

Almost ten minutes played, Mark

0:24:440:24:53

Hughes already prowling the

technical area.

0:24:530:24:58

Carrillo fouled by Dunkley and a

free kick to Southampton. But the

0:24:580:25:05

first ten minutes will have pleased

Paul Cook.

He would have, Dunkley

0:25:050:25:08

trying to win a ball that perhaps he

couldn't get to, sometimes you've

0:25:080:25:11

got to let the centre forward

received it and be patient. He likes

0:25:110:25:16

to attack things.

0:25:160:25:21

Hoedt Dan Stevens forward from the

back, as you'd probably expect.

0:25:210:25:25

Carrillo, Gabbiadini and Hojbjerg.

It is whipped in by Boufal, it is a

0:25:250:25:31

dangerous one, Walton lost it and

Carrillo put it back into his

0:25:310:25:35

gloves. That was half a chance.

That

is a difficult ball in and the

0:25:350:25:41

keeper was brave enough to come for

it. You can see it was a decent ball

0:25:410:25:45

and he came and he dropped it and in

the end he got a bit lucky. He

0:25:450:25:49

deserves that luck for being

positive.

Callum Elder is on loan at

0:25:490:25:56

Wigan from Leicester and faces the

possibility, if Wigan go through and

0:25:560:26:00

Leicester go through later, of being

ineligible for a cup semifinal and

0:26:000:26:06

final. What a nightmare that would

be. Here is Dunkley. Bertrand.

0:26:060:26:13

Hojbjerg. Risky. Massey couldn't get

there.

0:26:130:26:20

How much might it mattered today,

Martin, that one team, and that is

0:26:290:26:33

Wigan, are used to winning and the

other team Southampton are not.

Very

0:26:330:26:38

much so. You lose the art of winning

games of football, that winning

0:26:380:26:42

feeling, looking at Wigan and the

way they are knocking the ball

0:26:420:26:46

around, Morsy in midfield,

everything goes through him or

0:26:460:26:49

Power, and there is a nice rhythm to

the way they play, controlled

0:26:490:26:53

football, just waiting for their

chance.

Wigan have won 21 games this

0:26:530:26:58

season in all competitions,

Southampton just eight. Smart

0:26:580:27:03

goalkeeping from Alex McCarthy. He

replaced Fraser Forster in the side

0:27:030:27:10

and this is his 14th consecutive

start in goal for Southampton,

0:27:100:27:14

McCarthy.

0:27:140:27:22

That's Dan Burn.

0:27:220:27:28

Tadic is a player Mark Hughes will

be looking forward to get on the

0:27:280:27:32

ball and make things happen.

Carrillo's little flick on and

0:27:320:27:37

Gabbiadini trying to running behind

and Morsy made the block.

0:27:370:27:41

Southampton get the throw.

0:27:410:27:48

Cedric.

0:27:480:27:51

Hojbjerg.

0:27:520:27:55

Tadic.

0:27:550:27:57

Hojbjerg.

0:27:570:27:59

Bertrand getting forward from

left-back.

0:28:000:28:04

Tadic. Decent run, well watched by

Elder.

0:28:040:28:08

Just about being strong now, Wigan

doing the basics well, picking up in

0:28:080:28:12

the box. Byrne a little bit lucky

with the way to rebound it off him

0:28:120:28:20

into Massey's path and now back to

Nathan Byrne, having a run at

0:28:200:28:24

Bertrand.

Max Power is to his right,

decent ball into Grigg, and he has

0:28:240:28:31

turned Jack Stephens well,

deflected, corner kick, Wigan.

0:28:310:28:35

Excellent from Wigan on the

right-hand side again. Come out with

0:28:350:28:39

the ball so well.

0:28:390:28:46

the ball so well. Grigg is a willing

runner, he got his body between

0:28:470:28:49

himself and his opponent between the

ball and his opponent.

0:28:490:28:57

Wigan corner again. Max Power's

delivery. The keeper did really

0:28:570:29:05

well, McCarthy, took everybody out.

I love seeing that, goalkeepers

0:29:050:29:09

coming, taking charge.

Throw in a

quickly taken, here is Byrne. Power.

0:29:090:29:18

If you are a

0:29:180:29:24

-- if you are a young goalkeeper

there is a chance, it catches the

0:29:240:29:30

eye.

Perhaps the most difficult

selection problem Gareth Southgate

0:29:300:29:32

has at the moment.

0:29:320:29:41

It is a Wigan throat to be taken by

Callum Elder. Here he is again. Cut

0:29:430:29:51

out by Lemina. Lemina's run into

trouble. Morsy. Space for Massey.

0:29:510:29:56

It's going to be another corner. It

came off Hoedt.

Morsy does really

0:29:560:30:02

well and he threads the pass

through.

0:30:020:30:10

through. For Massey, who keeps

popping up on the right and

0:30:100:30:13

sometimes on the left and that time

he was central.

0:30:130:30:18

Power shot to Roberts. Manages to

wrestle it away. Burn might hit

0:30:180:30:25

this.

0:30:250:30:27

wrestle it away. Burn might hit

this. Deflected Oh!

0:30:270:30:30

wrestle it away. Burn might hit

this. Deflected Oh! Well, a touch

0:30:300:30:33

from Dunkley would have taken it in.

A corner has been given. Burn hit

0:30:330:30:39

it, it deflected, Dunkley couldn't

get a touch.

It was agonising,

0:30:390:30:44

wasn't it? Perhaps to the wrong

player, it bounces up, he throws a

0:30:440:30:50

foot at it, he just can't get it on

target.

What a chance! It is a

0:30:500:30:56

fourth Wigan corner. Curled in it

towards McCarthy. Kim off a

0:30:560:31:02

Southampton head. It's another one!

-- Kim off. A Premier League team

0:31:020:31:10

under all kinds of pressure here.

Yes, they have been asked questions.

0:31:100:31:18

Southampton fans, and there are over

4500 of them behind that goal being

0:31:180:31:25

defended by Alex McCarthy, must be a

little bit worried at the moment.

0:31:250:31:28

They are getting a bird's eye view

of a whole lot of trouble.

0:31:280:31:32

In it goes the corner kick again.

Bernat with it in the air. That's

0:31:370:31:43

McCarthy's. A path of the cheeks

from Southampton -- burn with it in

0:31:430:31:48

the air.

Trying to whip the penalty

box area.

0:31:480:31:51

Burn's had gone straight to Cedric.

-- header has gone. Tadic. A

0:31:560:32:06

Southampton throw. Flicked off

Elder.

0:32:060:32:12

Cedric.

0:32:140:32:20

That was awkward, a little bit

behind him, he had the turn and hit

0:32:200:32:25

it first time, but right underneath

it, by. Yellow he should be doing

0:32:250:32:29

better than that, that's for sure, a

Premier League player -- right

0:32:290:32:33

underneath it, so faint Boufal.

Dunkley will be disappointed when he

0:32:330:32:37

sees it back. It bounces up and he

tries to feather it on the outside

0:32:370:32:44

of his foot, just can't get it on

target. An opportunity. It's almost

0:32:440:32:49

like his but traced the

circumference of the ball but never

0:32:490:32:52

actually touched it!

Not an easy

thing to do!

This is what he's

0:32:520:32:58

better at, though, winning headers

at the back.

Lemina with a driving

0:32:580:33:00

run. A ditch, promising. -- cabbage.

0:33:000:33:13

Lemina's colour is wide, that's

better.

Not the greatest of

0:33:140:33:18

finishes. Dusan Tadic can ask

questions. He feeds it back to the

0:33:180:33:23

edge of the box, and puts it wide.

They are short of confidence, you

0:33:230:33:33

can feel it with these Southampton

players, particularly when they are

0:33:330:33:35

in front of goal stop by one win in

17 league games, you would be.

0:33:350:33:44

This has given them some welcome

relief from their toils in the

0:33:440:33:47

Premier League.

0:33:470:33:48

Boufal... Lemina ahead of him.

Boufal still, Callum Elder needs to

0:34:100:34:14

be careful. Albert did well not to

get a foot in there, actually. --

0:34:140:34:25

Elber did well.

He's a good runner

with the ball, asks questions.

0:34:250:34:30

Coming off that left-hand side. A

free role at times he's been given

0:34:300:34:35

by Southampton today.

After this

game, you can watch Southampton's

0:34:350:34:42

former manager Claude Puel and his

current club, Leicester City, taking

0:34:420:34:46

on Chelsea in the last of the Cup

quarterfinals. You can see why

0:34:460:34:49

Southampton fans didn't much enjoy

the dialler football under Claude

0:34:490:34:53

Puel last season, but they were

eighth in the Premier League and I'm

0:34:530:34:58

lucky not to win the Cup final.

Impaired -- compared to this season,

0:34:580:35:05

it was a brilliant game.

I don't

know why they got rid of him, to be

0:35:050:35:10

honest.

I think it is about the

style of play as much as anything.

0:35:100:35:14

Of course, maybe they didn't really

like him, but I think he's a decent

0:35:140:35:18

manager, he has proved that at last

a.

Massey looking for Grigg. A

0:35:180:35:24

chance for Robert! Couldn't take it.

Two big chances in the game now and

0:35:240:35:30

they have both gone Wigan's we.

It

is their approach play from Wigan.

0:35:300:35:36

It loops across, just can't get to

it. Again, hate that first time.

0:35:360:35:43

Can't control his shot. Massey's

bawling. Defended well, but put it

0:35:430:35:51

back into the danger area. He tries

to poke at it when he should have

0:35:510:35:55

gone for power, Roberts.

It's a

totally different kind of display

0:35:550:36:02

from Wigan so far today to the one

that they put in against Manchester

0:36:020:36:07

City when they were ultra-defensive,

as they needed to be. A really good

0:36:070:36:12

challenge by Burn to dispossess

Boufal.

Brilliant. He comes off all

0:36:120:36:17

right this FA Cup, absolutely.

Dropped by Tadic, burn's had. --

0:36:170:36:28

burn's header. We are almost halfway

through the first half and it's hard

0:36:280:36:32

to define who is the Premier League

team and who is League 1!

Mark

0:36:320:36:38

Hughes getting area did, wanting

more from his team. They are wounded

0:36:380:36:42

individuals when you look at the

form.

0:36:420:36:44

Morsy, the skipper.

0:37:010:37:09

Stopped by Tadic, who rather

ridiculously claims the throwing. --

0:37:180:37:23

Heathrow in. Elder.

0:37:230:37:31

Goalless at the DW, halfway through

the first half of this qualifier,

0:37:420:37:45

given away to Jacobs, Jacobs for

Wigan.

0:37:450:37:52

Wigan. Well, they look the better

side at the moment, Wigan.

They do.

0:37:520:37:56

As soon as Southampton start to

pass, they go and press and win it

0:37:560:38:00

back very well. Both flanks of Wigan

do exceptionally well, particularly

0:38:000:38:09

on the right-hand side, they need to

get the ball out there as much as

0:38:090:38:12

they can.

Dadic scrapping for it

with Roberts, Roberts won it. Jack

0:38:120:38:19

Stephens...

Anything will do from

Southampton's interview at the

0:38:190:38:21

moment. -- anything will do from

Southampton's point of view.

The

0:38:210:38:29

last lower league team to beat all

four upper ranks sides was West Ham

0:38:290:38:35

United in 1980, they went on to win

the Cup. That is what they are

0:38:350:38:40

hoping to emulate here. And they

have a sixth corner.

It shows

0:38:400:38:44

university Parisian the game so far.

Just a bit of quality in and around

0:38:440:38:49

the goals but it shows you their

supremacy in the game so far.

0:38:490:38:54

Goalless at the DW. At its

Southampton who are grateful for

0:38:540:38:59

that, and Wigan who are frustrated

by that.

0:38:590:39:01

This one looks like an inswinger.

Gary Roberts taking this one, rather

0:39:060:39:12

than Max Power. A little 1-2 with

Burn, deflected off the head of

0:39:120:39:17

Cedric. The corner count clicks over

27-0 in Wigan's favour.

I have a

0:39:170:39:23

feeling this one will come in with

of power on it.

No, it's given away

0:39:230:39:28

to Cedric intended for Max Power.

Southampton can counter. Sofiane

0:39:280:39:32

Boufal. Head up, assessing his

options, running at Morsy. Manolo

0:39:320:39:40

Gabbiadini.

0:39:400:39:41

Good tackle, brilliant, he's Koumba

hallway back to do that, let's not

0:39:450:39:49

forget.

-- he has Koumba hallway

back. The confidence to try and take

0:39:490:39:56

an Emile Pierre Hojbjerg.

That's who

he should have been passing to.

This

0:39:560:40:04

game is shaping up very nicely

indeed for the neutral. Gabbiadini

0:40:040:40:07

with Dunkley.

That is excellent

defending there. Abdi Dini looks

0:40:070:40:14

like he's going to get in, Dunkley

shuts the door on him -- Gabbiadini.

0:40:140:40:19

Gabbiadini will ask you those

questions.

He is a good player,

0:40:190:40:23

there's no doubt about that. But his

face didn't seem to fit under the

0:40:230:40:27

previous manager.

Sure.

0:40:270:40:29

Christian Walton clears downfield.

0:40:410:40:49

Good combination on that right-hand

side, Massey and Burn.

0:40:570:41:05

side, Massey and Burn. Keeping

Boufal and Bertrand occupied, that's

0:41:050:41:06

for sure.

They are stopping Bertrand

from going the other way. We

0:41:060:41:11

normally see him attacking, but he

can't get forward.

Dan Burn.

0:41:110:41:15

Space for Nathan Byrne.

0:41:210:41:23

Good all in, that! Out by Jack

Stephens, picked up by Callum Elder.

0:41:270:41:33

And McCarthy there. But it's Wigan

continuing to ask the questions.

0:41:330:41:39

Hojbjerg. Nice.

Very good.

0:41:390:41:44

Tadic looking for Gabbiadini, cut

out by Chey Dunkley. Here is burn.

0:41:490:41:57

-- cutout by Cheyenne Dunkley.

Dunkley reading it well. You have to

0:41:570:42:05

say, the central defenders looks

really solid, a good platform for

0:42:050:42:08

Wigan to build an.

Nice to have this

fella in front of them, too, Morsy.

0:42:080:42:14

Always willing to receive the ball

for you.

0:42:140:42:24

Mark Hughes, the former Southampton

player, of course, towards the back

0:42:250:42:29

end of his career. Not the very end.

He went on to play for Everton and

0:42:290:42:33

win the League Cup with Blackburn.

But he was already a manager when he

0:42:330:42:39

was playing. Hampton. He was in

charge of Wales whilst still playing

0:42:390:42:43

at the Dell, Southampton's old home,

of course -- when he was playing for

0:42:430:42:50

Southampton.

0:42:500:42:52

Put behind by Boufal. 8-0 in

corners!

The combinations they've

0:42:560:43:04

got links really well, especially on

the right-hand side. I'm pretty

0:43:040:43:08

certain this corner is coming

straight on.

Keep saying it, Martin,

0:43:080:43:11

it'll happen in the end!

Penalty

box!

It's Max Power.

0:43:110:43:21

In it goes. Burn and Dunkley

underneath it, there's a push. I

0:43:210:43:28

think the ball might have culled out

of play, I'm not sure. I think it

0:43:280:43:31

has been given.

0:43:310:43:33

Yes, I think so. Picked up.

0:43:380:43:46

We weren't going to mention the

weather, where we?! We'll say it's

0:43:460:43:51

the wind! It is very windy.

0:43:510:43:53

Southampton's throw.

0:44:080:44:14

Bertrand finally getting down that

left-hand side.

That's what they

0:44:140:44:19

need to do, Southampton, get down

that left, try to attack, be

0:44:190:44:22

positive in their play.

They've got

a lot of quality in their squad,

0:44:220:44:28

Southampton. Wigan might be enjoying

getting at them and causing problems

0:44:280:44:33

at one end, that they have to be

very, very aware of the fact that

0:44:330:44:37

the other.

Sure.

-- aware of the

threat. It's a free kick. Which

0:44:370:44:44

Tadic is going to deliver. Everyone

back forward. Hojbjerg... Just

0:44:440:44:53

wouldn't come down for him. Jacobs

with the clearance. Tadic. Leaving

0:44:530:44:58

it for Bertrand. That's a throw in

to the home side.

A lack of

0:44:580:45:06

communication there.

Half an hour

played, and I don't think Paul Cook

0:45:060:45:15

can feel anything other than his

side have executed his run

0:45:150:45:20

perfectly. But he will be

disappointed they haven't converted

0:45:200:45:24

one of those two really good

opportunities.

Sure. That's the only

0:45:240:45:30

thing missing from their game at the

moment, just a little bit of quality

0:45:300:45:33

in front of goal.

0:45:330:45:38

Gabbiadini, not quite on the same

wave length as his team-mate there.

0:45:380:45:46

Wesley Hoedt for Southampton.

0:45:460:45:52

Hojbjerg was caught by the

retreating Jacobs.

I think we're

0:45:520:45:56

seeing a lot of Morsy on the ball.

But just delivering a bit quicker,

0:45:560:46:00

just thread things through,

unpredictable.

0:46:000:46:08

He's snarling, Marcuse, he wants to

get in there. He'd love to be able

0:46:090:46:13

to put his own boots on today --

Mark Hughes.

0:46:130:46:16

Bertrand... It's a good ball.

Offside! It wouldn't have counted.

0:46:230:46:33

It was Gabbiadini's front to the

near post that prompted the flag.

0:46:330:46:38

Gabbiadini, if you look at him, he's

the one who's moving. He's

0:46:380:46:42

definitely offside. Just a little

warning for Wigan. Gabbiadini, I

0:46:420:46:49

love his movement, he just attacks

everything. Weigl, tricky man to

0:46:490:46:52

pick up. -- difficult.

0:46:520:46:56

Hojbjerg forward.

0:47:020:47:09

Southampton haven't reached an FA

Cup semifinal since 2003, when they

0:47:130:47:18

went on to the final itself. It was

the third final in their history,

0:47:180:47:22

which they've lost. And won victory

of course in 1976. Shannon, Bobby

0:47:220:47:32

Stokes. As a second-tier side,

beating Manchester United.

This is

0:47:320:47:40

where I'd like to see one of the

midfield players, Roberts, coming a

0:47:400:47:43

little deeper, trying to pick up the

ball and threaded through the third

0:47:430:47:47

tier. There he is now. Just give it

him there.

Here is Roberts, Burn,

0:47:470:47:54

stabbed on towards Massey. Wigan's

throw.

0:47:540:48:02

Roberts. Flag up. It's going to be a

free kick to the home side. Mario

0:48:150:48:22

Lemina with the foul.

Roberts does

that well. He lends himself to both

0:48:220:48:28

sides of the team, getting across

and buying a free kick. It's silly,

0:48:280:48:32

diving in there after him.

Here they

are, Wigan having the better so far

0:48:320:48:38

of this FA Cup quarterfinal. Nearly

went out on the second round. Needed

0:48:380:48:44

a replay to beat them. They won that

3-2 here. Indigo is this free kick.

0:48:440:48:52

McCarthy with another good fist. --

Indigo is this free kick. Cedric

0:48:520:48:57

chasing it rather optimistically.

0:48:570:49:04

I think he realised that if he lost

it there to Boufal he would be in

0:49:050:49:10

real problems for Wigan.

He won't be

happy with the set pieces. He's had

0:49:100:49:15

plenty of corners, that was almost

another one, a wide free kick. Never

0:49:150:49:20

mind serving the goalkeeper, they've

got to get it away from him. Better

0:49:200:49:23

quality.

0:49:230:49:24

Morsy covering.

0:49:380:49:40

Cedric's header. Max Power did well.

It's one of those where you say,

0:49:440:49:53

play the weight you are facing,

don't let the ball run across your

0:49:530:49:59

body there, Power.

That's a decent

ball, Bertrand, Boufal. Taking an

0:49:590:50:05

earned surname, earned surname with

the block. -- taking on Burn.

0:50:050:50:14

Roberts for Wigan.

0:50:140:50:16

Good play, good ball by Burn.

Forward to Roberts and onto Jacobs.

0:50:220:50:29

Elder getting forward. To Jacobs'

left.

0:50:290:50:38

Oh, really well worked! Three in the

middle. Clipped up for Roberts!

0:50:510:50:57

Jacobs! Grigg! Roberts! Elder! Oh,

Cedric! Just couldn't find the angle

0:50:570:51:06

for a shot.

0:51:060:51:08

Fantastic play from Wigan. It's

really opening up, this game.

Lemina

0:51:120:51:17

getting away from mercy. -- from

Morsy. Tadic. It's really open now.

0:51:170:51:26

The last ten minutes of a

fascinating first half. Gabbiadini

0:51:260:51:30

got the last touch on that, but it

is a goal kick.

It's almost as if

0:51:300:51:34

Southampton have woken up there.

Biagini again trying to get across

0:51:340:51:38

the first offender. -- Gabbiadini

again trying to get across the first

0:51:380:51:42

defender. Little triangles, passing

it so well, beautifully. It would

0:51:420:51:49

have been goal of the season if he

could have finished it off. He just

0:51:490:51:52

can't get this cross in by for

Southampton break on them. He must

0:51:520:51:57

be delighted, Paul Cook, with his

players. Very proud of their

0:51:570:52:00

performance so far.

0:52:000:52:02

Jacobs... Look at Mafi to his right!

He ignored him and it wouldn't fall

0:52:060:52:12

for Roberts. Massey was open.

0:52:120:52:17

And Massey was ignored.

He has got

to pass that ball, hasn't he,

0:52:170:52:22

surely!

0:52:220:52:29

That's an enormous let of for

Southampton. -- let off. A run by

0:52:290:52:40

Burn, cutout by Bertrand.

0:52:400:52:42

You get the feeling from this Wigan

team, we're going to go out, where

0:52:480:52:53

going to go down fighting, where

going to take the fight to you. Burn

0:52:530:52:57

keeps running forward at every

opportunity.

Great run, but he's got

0:52:570:53:01

to pass this.

I think he sees the

bright lights and the chance to be a

0:53:010:53:06

hero. He's got the role that to

Massey. A great run, though, wasn't

0:53:060:53:12

it?

Brilliant. But, you know, it's

about decision-making sometimes.

0:53:120:53:18

Well might you might say that's why

they're playing in Division 1.

0:53:180:53:22

Boufal.

0:53:220:53:24

Morsy dispossessing Gabbiadini.

Grigg making a nuisance of himself.

0:53:270:53:33

Only just reached Tadic. Straight

out of play. He felt it came off

0:53:460:53:53

Morsy. He might have had a case, but

he hasn't got it. Mark Hughes

0:53:530:53:58

certainly think it came off the

Wigan man.

I think the referee's

0:53:580:54:03

made the right call there. It's

interesting how Wigan, they set up

0:54:030:54:06

by trap for you, don't they?

Stephens in possession there, just

0:54:060:54:10

taking them will stop -- just taking

off him.

Off ahead of Lemina another

0:54:100:54:21

Wigan throw in.

0:54:210:54:28

Whipped in by Roberts dangerously.

Jack Stephens. Cedric, Lemina.

0:54:310:54:35

Morsy did well.

0:54:390:54:41

Morsy is like Beckenbauer in there!

0:54:480:54:56

Such confidence that the Wigan

players are playing with. Jacobs...

0:54:590:55:06

They've been superb for 40 minutes,

Wigan. They haven't scored. They've

0:55:060:55:11

got a throw in.

Roberts is

everywhere, isn't he? Important

0:55:110:55:15

player for them.

0:55:150:55:22

Max Power forward. Looking close to

being offside. Massey's ball into

0:55:280:55:37

the box Jacobs underneath it,

Cedric's header. Jacobs is in there.

0:55:370:55:43

It's gone behind for a Wigan corner.

Cedric is inside the penalty area

0:55:430:55:48

screaming at those around him.

Them

is nobody pressing the ball from a

0:55:480:55:52

Southampton point of view, they are

inviting Wigan on, attack after

0:55:520:55:57

attack.

Four minutes to go until

half-time, it cannot come soon

0:55:570:56:01

enough. And. They are very fortunate

to be on level terms. The wind is

0:56:010:56:06

trying to take the corner from Max

Power. -- it cannot come soon enough

0:56:060:56:13

for Southampton.

0:56:130:56:18

Max Power's Corner. Oh! He tried to

use the wind in his favour there.

0:56:180:56:23

That will keep McCarthy honest. He's

been coming in for crosses, he might

0:56:230:56:27

want to adjust now. The keeper does

well there. This is Apple figures

0:56:270:56:34

now for Wigan in the corner cow --

double figures for Wigan in the

0:56:340:56:40

corner count. Southampton have not

had one.

Max Power. Deeper this

0:56:400:56:45

time. Missed by Hojbjerg, picked up

by Roberts. Morsy. Curled in towards

0:56:450:56:55

Jacobs. Dunkley's header. Grigg! No,

not quite. Well, sooner or later

0:56:550:57:02

they're going to get the vital

touch. Because they've been closed

0:57:020:57:05

now two war three times, Wigan.

Dunkley gets his head on this. Just

0:57:050:57:10

comes into the path of Grigg. I

don't know whether he misreads it or

0:57:100:57:14

doesn't anticipate well enough, and

the chance goes begging.

Tadic is

0:57:140:57:19

bound for Southampton. -- is down.

0:57:190:57:28

I watched Match of the Day last

night, christening Mohamed Salah as

0:57:310:57:40

the Egyptian player... Morsy is like

Beckenbauer! Younger viewers might

0:57:400:57:50

not remember him, but he was an

outstanding talent for Germany.

0:57:500:57:53

Morsy is doing that today.

Seven

English -based Egyptians, actually,

0:57:530:57:59

in their squad for the upcoming

friendlies against Portugal and

0:57:590:58:03

Greece. Morsy is one of them.

0:58:030:58:06

Bertrand did well.

0:58:140:58:19

Into the last two minutes of normal

time in this half. Hojbjerg edging

0:58:190:58:25

forward.

0:58:250:58:26

Boufal, a sucker punch at the end of

this half, a decent ball in. The

0:58:390:58:43

header took it from Gabbiadini,

cleared away by Massey. Lemina.

0:58:430:58:47

Under pressure from Roberts.

At from

Southampton, musing the ball quicker

0:58:470:58:53

and more effective. -- moving the

ball.

Roberts, Jacobs. Grigg in the

0:58:530:59:03

middle!

Oh, it's a really good ball

in by Jacobs, really good area.

0:59:030:59:07

Wasn't it outstanding? Grigg doesn't

quite anticipate it but he's got the

0:59:070:59:12

legs to get there. He's a lone

striker. Really good play down the

0:59:120:59:17

left. He's got the ability just to

thread the ball in. He just can't

0:59:170:59:21

get there. Too much pace on it.

0:59:210:59:29

Southampton at times in this first

half have been under the cosh.

0:59:330:59:41

Jacobs. Hojbjerg got a good foot in.

Cedric.

0:59:430:59:50

Hojbjerg.

Lemina.

0:59:500:59:56

Wesley Hoedt. Looking for

Gabbiadini. A chance for Tadic. The

0:59:561:00:05

ball wouldn't sit down for him.

WHISTLE

1:00:051:00:08

Michael Oliver blows his whistle to

bring to an end a first 45 minutes

1:00:081:00:13

in which Mark Hughes has seen his

side dominated by League 1 Wigan,

1:00:131:00:20

who've created two or three

excellent opportunities. Dunkley so

1:00:201:00:24

close to one Andy Roberts to

another. Wigan have been the better

1:00:241:00:29

side. At half-time Wigan 0-0

Southampton.

1:00:291:00:37

Thank you to Steve and Martin. I

don't know how this is coming across

1:00:381:00:43

at home but certainly in the

stadium, Dion, it is a very good

1:00:431:00:46

game of football.

Yeah, I wouldn't

say it's even but Wigan might be

1:00:461:00:52

edging it with energy and

Southampton are having a go.

1:00:521:00:55

Southampton are trying to play the

Premier League way Wigan, their

1:00:551:00:59

energy, they are not allowing them

to, they have created some great

1:00:591:01:02

chances, Wigan, really good.

It

feels like the momentum is with

1:01:021:01:08

Wigan, doesn't it?

Most definitely,

they have been bombing forward,

1:01:081:01:11

brave, taking the game to

Southampton. Southampton feel like

1:01:111:01:15

they are getting used to be change

of formation which Mark Hughes

1:01:151:01:19

brought in, which is a 4-4-2 with

Carrillo and Gabbiadini upfront and

1:01:191:01:24

Nathan Byrne has been excellent

bombing forward for Wigan and

1:01:241:01:27

causing a threat for pro-trimmed. He

has a play in Sofiane Boufal in

1:01:271:01:31

front of him who doesn't like

tracking back particularly in during

1:01:311:01:35

the defensive side DAS causing a

threat for Bertrand.

On that point,

1:01:351:01:39

I'm sure some fans will be thinking,

should be that difficult for

1:01:391:01:43

professional football players to

adapt to different formation. You

1:01:431:01:48

tell me.

It is getting that

understanding, looking at the two

1:01:481:01:53

strikers for Southampton, getting

used to playing with one another

1:01:531:01:55

again because previously under

Pellegrino they had been playing

1:01:551:01:58

with a single striker and the three

players playing off him. It is down

1:01:581:02:04

to Southampton, Boufal, Tadic, to

try and have more of an impact on

1:02:041:02:07

the game for Southampton.

The best

players make those combinations,

1:02:071:02:12

right back and right side, they make

it look easy, but it takes time to

1:02:121:02:15

get that, it doesn't just happen.

You have to go left footed, right

1:02:151:02:19

footed, does he go or not? Takes

time to build it up.

The best

1:02:191:02:23

chances have fallen to Wigan.

Rob

Lee a bit braver in and around the

1:02:231:02:28

penalty area with the chances when

it came to it, getting across the

1:02:281:02:34

man in the penalty area, perhaps

throwing yourself at one or two

1:02:341:02:36

balls played into the penalty area,

I think Wigan would have been in

1:02:361:02:40

front. A bit of a switch off from

Southampton here. But they have done

1:02:401:02:44

this throughout, tried to take short

corners, and what that is doing,

1:02:441:02:48

white Paul Cook will want to do it

is to try to move them from their

1:02:481:02:51

positions, and as the ball comes

here Dunkley arrives on the end of

1:02:511:02:55

it and Dunkley is looking to take a

gamble across, I think he could head

1:02:551:03:00

it, throw yourself at it.

He's got

to get something on it, four yards

1:03:001:03:04

away from goal and he is thinking he

can score.

In the game against

1:03:041:03:08

Manchester City in the box he got on

any ball that came into him.

This is

1:03:081:03:13

Max Power... Sorry, Roberts. He will

not thank me for saying it but he

1:03:131:03:20

doesn't have a right foot, he is

like me in that respect and he just

1:03:201:03:23

wants to get it onto his left foot

and take the shot when perhaps it

1:03:231:03:26

would be better for him to take on

the right foot.

Southampton fans

1:03:261:03:30

behind the goal enjoy the miss

because Gary Roberts is a former

1:03:301:03:34

Portsmouth player. That got a

massive cheerful stopped when we

1:03:341:03:38

watch these Wigan chances, Steve

Wilson said in commentary, you kind

1:03:381:03:43

of think eventually they will get a

touch on one of them but I suppose

1:03:431:03:46

from a Southampton point of view you

are thinking they have had a lot and

1:03:461:03:50

at some point we might get one and

they haven't capitalised.

That's

1:03:501:03:52

right, you wonder if that's the best

we have seen from Wigan, they have

1:03:521:03:56

done really well, they just needed

maybe to have got with the chances

1:03:561:04:00

that they have had scored one of the

goals. You do wonder whether that

1:04:001:04:05

might come back because Southampton

might get into their rhythm a bit

1:04:051:04:08

more and start to click a bit better

going forward but they have

1:04:081:04:10

certainly been on top of the game at

the moment. So far.

Are you all

1:04:101:04:14

right?

I'm catching all of the

paperwork! I've got it, it's under

1:04:141:04:21

control. Tadic, Limini, Boufal, all

trying to get on the ball and play

1:04:211:04:26

triangles, but again it's the energy

-- Lemina. The way Paul Cook has

1:04:261:04:30

Wigan playing, close down, don't go

in singles, go together.

The

1:04:301:04:38

midfield trio, they have had the

better of the game, Roberts and

1:04:381:04:41

Massey like to interchange and

Jacobs is another one, they are

1:04:411:04:45

continuously doing crossovers over

the pitch and that's causing

1:04:451:04:47

problems for Lenin and Hojbjerg.

If

we follow Martin's lead in comparing

1:04:471:04:53

every Wigan player to a world great

football in years gone by -- Lemina.

1:04:531:04:59

At right back they have Wigan's

equivalent of Cafu, haven't they?

1:04:591:05:04

This lad is your favourite

footballer in league footballer. I

1:05:041:05:08

was commentating for the 5 live when

they beat Man City and he stood out.

1:05:081:05:14

As a full-back yourself you have

been impressed with how he has gone

1:05:141:05:17

about this game.

Definitely, in his

starting position, at the halfway

1:05:171:05:23

line, Boufal is not looking and

doesn't know where he is. A good

1:05:231:05:27

defensive position, we are showing

him now and his willingness to break

1:05:271:05:31

forward, get forward to support the

team. He doesn't just stop, he

1:05:311:05:34

continues and shows good composure

and cuts inside and gives Ryan

1:05:341:05:36

Bertrand a problem and a good ball

through to Will Grigg, still around

1:05:361:05:41

the edge of the 18-yard box, looking

for the ball for the return for a

1:05:411:05:45

shot. Good defending here, steps in

and wins the ball, and again driving

1:05:451:05:49

forward to pick out a nice simple

pass to a team-mate.

It's a natural

1:05:491:05:54

way to play the game but he has been

given a licence by the manager to

1:05:541:05:58

say go forward.

He has the

fundamentals right, he defends

1:05:581:06:01

brilliantly and from his starting

position he is able to get forward

1:06:011:06:05

into attacking positions.

That was a

big chance, two or three chances

1:06:051:06:08

bobbled away from which ever play it

was, I think Will Grigg had a chance

1:06:081:06:13

and didn't really commit. You said

to us, commit to the chance, commit

1:06:131:06:18

to the chance.

He was a kid at

Spurs, so he has, through a proper

1:06:181:06:23

academy.

Exactly and a club like

Wigan can pick him up and get the

1:06:231:06:26

benefits of what has been coached

into him from a young age. He's been

1:06:261:06:30

outstanding, he impressed me against

Man City and again today in this

1:06:301:06:33

half.

Were talked about a lack of is

Dummett understanding from the

1:06:331:06:38

Southampton players and getting used

to it but there is an tent in the

1:06:381:06:41

fact they have two upfront and both

wingers trying to stay high.

We can

1:06:411:06:46

see here with Boufal and Tadic,

Gabbiadini and Carrillo in the four

1:06:461:06:51

almost in a lined up against the

back four of Wigan trying to push

1:06:511:06:54

high and wide and relying on the

quality coming in from Lenin and

1:06:541:06:59

Hojbjerg, maybe just need the final

pass. Boufal playing in between the

1:06:591:07:02

lines and picking up the ball and

driving forward. Boufal and Tadic

1:07:021:07:07

have creativity in the Southampton

side but they must step up the

1:07:071:07:09

quality better than they have shown

so far.

Is it just the final ball

1:07:091:07:14

Ben?

I think so, look at the numbers

here, five players in the Wigan

1:07:141:07:19

half, Tadic needs to be direct here,

a bit like Wigan have been,

1:07:191:07:23

positive, go at players, try and

pick some body out, not a bad ball

1:07:231:07:26

in the end.

You continuously get the

movement from Gabbiadini and

1:07:261:07:31

Carrillo looking to stretch Dunkley

and Byrne which is what you need and

1:07:311:07:36

hopefully you can get the likes of

Tadic and Boufal to come into the

1:07:361:07:39

game bit more and off the back of

that movement.

Thank you for the

1:07:391:07:43

moment. It is nearly 42 since

Southampton won there are only FA

1:07:431:07:48

Cup, when they were still a second

division side beating Manchester

1:07:481:07:52

United 1-0. Mick Channon was a key

part of their team.

1:07:521:07:58

Southampton was a great place to

play football.

And it's there!

1:07:581:08:02

Shannon!

It was a lot of fun,

football was fun. I was lucky that

1:08:021:08:10

from 15 years of age, I left home

and went to Southampton and we

1:08:101:08:15

played a system 1-9- one and I was

the one. I was usually left at the

1:08:151:08:21

front because I had a bit of pace

and I was never frightened of having

1:08:211:08:24

a go and running at somebody and

trying to beat somebody because that

1:08:241:08:28

was my job, I wasn't a prolific

goal-scorer but scored a lot of

1:08:281:08:31

match-winning goals.

Shannon!

We

were a second division club at

1:08:311:08:37

Lawrie McMenemy kept all of the good

players together, and on our day we

1:08:371:08:40

were capable of beating anyone. It

was a roasting hot day and a great

1:08:401:08:47

atmosphere. The Man United and was

mobbed, it was important to them as

1:08:471:08:51

well, the FA Cup. Man United had

been relegated and they had just

1:08:511:08:55

come back up and passed as going

down. But they were very good young

1:08:551:08:58

side. Peter Osgood said he couldn't

believe it, the bookies have been on

1:08:581:09:04

for 7-1 and we said to Lawrie

McMenemy this is crazy and we backed

1:09:041:09:09

ourselves, we had 20 quid apiece on,

a lot of the players. The start of

1:09:091:09:15

the game took off at 100 miles

proud, you couldn't play football at

1:09:151:09:18

that speed, they were at us and we

were at them and I thought I needed

1:09:181:09:23

and are in run.

Turner earned his

money there!

I should have scored

1:09:231:09:30

just before half-time, I was clean

through, he came out and stuck out a

1:09:301:09:35

toe, it could have gone either way

but the first goal was going to be

1:09:351:09:39

very important.

Holmes. Stokes.

Bobby Stokes was a good player and

1:09:391:09:46

he was due to get a goal. Stokes was

on the move after I tapped it down

1:09:461:09:51

and he was on the move and that was

it.

1-0!

Can I claim that as an

1:09:511:09:57

assist?

And Stokes, by scoring the

first goal in this final, Windsor

1:09:571:10:05

Castle.

He wasn't able to drive, he

never drove in his life -- wins a

1:10:051:10:13

car.

The whistle has gone and Lawrie

McMenemy and Southampton take the

1:10:131:10:17

club.

I remember putting my arm

around him, absolutely chuffed. It

1:10:171:10:23

was a very special competition. It

was the last time the Queen went.

1:10:231:10:29

She's going to go back for the next

Southampton cup final, which I think

1:10:291:10:33

will be this year, I hope.

Thank you

to Mick Channon for doing that. You

1:10:331:10:39

remember that clear as day, don't

you?

Watching the footage back

1:10:391:10:43

always brings a smile to the face. I

sat and watched it in my living room

1:10:431:10:49

as a seven-year-old young boy and

the roof lifted off the house when

1:10:491:10:51

the goal went in from Bobby Stokes.

It's just a shame that we haven't

1:10:511:10:57

been able to replicate it. We came

close in 2003 when Martin's Arsenal

1:10:571:11:04

side beat us but hopefully we will

progress today to another semifinal.

1:11:041:11:08

The problem seven years old when

your team win the cup and it's one

1:11:081:11:12

of the first things you remember you

think every year will be like that.

1:11:121:11:15

He still punching the air watching

the video, enjoying it, great goal!

1:11:151:11:20

Let's join our team for the 4:30pm

kick-off, Leicester against Chelsea.

1:11:201:11:31

To say it is Baltic in the East

Midlands is a bit of an

1:11:311:11:35

understatement and you can tell by

the headgear worn by my guests, Alan

1:11:351:11:39

Shearer and Ian Wright, on punditry

duty for Match of the Day later.

1:11:391:11:43

Chelsea against Leicester City at

the King Power Stadium. Who is the

1:11:431:11:46

favourite, Alan?

I think it will be

a very tight game. Can Leicester

1:11:461:11:52

take advantage of the unrest that is

at Chelsea? I think they can. I

1:11:521:11:57

think there will be goals, I think

it will be an exciting game and I'm

1:11:571:12:00

going to go for Leicester, I think

they have a lot to play for, I think

1:12:001:12:06

it will be a brilliant atmosphere.

You can see all of the flags they've

1:12:061:12:09

got out and I'm really looking

forward to the game.

Chelsea go into

1:12:091:12:13

this out of the Champions League and

five points away from the top four,

1:12:131:12:17

has this taken on a whole new

meaning for them?

I think so, like

1:12:171:12:21

Al is saying with the unrest going

on and the manager and players, is

1:12:211:12:25

he going to start with three guys up

front with Hazard, Willian and

1:12:251:12:30

Pedro, maybe? There is a bit of

something that needs to be salvaged

1:12:301:12:33

from the season, because whether it

is Conte or the players, it hasn't

1:12:331:12:37

happened for the champions this

season and I think this is their

1:12:371:12:39

last chance. Al has gone for

Leicester, I think it will be a

1:12:391:12:45

brilliant atmosphere but I'm going

for Chelsea seem to because it might

1:12:451:12:47

be their last chance to do something

and with Willian in great form,

1:12:471:12:50

Hazard can turn it on and we know

that, but Leicester have Vardy and

1:12:501:12:55

Mahrez but I'm going for Chelsea.

Award for the hosts, the way Riyad

1:12:551:12:59

Mahrez has been reintegrated into

the squad, it is certainly giving

1:12:591:13:02

Claude Puel his best as is Jamie

Vardy.

Yeah, you can understand his

1:13:021:13:07

anger and disappointment when his

move didn't happen to Manchester

1:13:071:13:11

City. But you have to say he has

knuckled down well, he's been a very

1:13:111:13:15

good professional since then and his

form has been excellent, goals and

1:13:151:13:18

assists, and they will be looking

for him again to produce to get

1:13:181:13:22

through to the semifinal.

Would you

wear gloves on a day like this if

1:13:221:13:25

you were playing?

No.

Short sleeves

as well.

Hard as nails these two, it

1:13:251:13:32

is all coming up at the King Power

Stadium at 4:30pm.

1:13:321:13:35

Alan Wardle wear gloves but he would

wear that hat! Strange! He thinks

1:13:351:13:41

he's in picky blinders. The build up

from 4:05pm, the game gets

1:13:411:13:46

he's in picky blinders. The build up

from 4:05pm, the game gets under

1:13:461:13:46

he's in picky blinders. The build up

from 4:05pm, the game gets under way

1:13:461:13:46

at 4:30pm. The other football coming

your way, the Premier League show on

1:13:461:13:50

Thursday on BBC Two and 5 live has

commentary on England's World Cup

1:13:501:13:54

warm up match against Holland on

Friday evening.

1:13:541:14:02

That's a little marker from the

Wigan centre-half. Deflected. Oh!

1:14:031:14:08

Roberts! Absolutely superb for 40

minutes, Wigan.

1:14:081:14:15

The teams are back out, Kevin

Kilbane, we just said Furk as an

1:14:151:14:19

League 1 side coming up against the

Premier League side you have more

1:14:191:14:22

time than you would in a normal

league game.

That's fair to say, I

1:14:221:14:26

found when stepping up in the

leagues in the cup competitions you

1:14:261:14:29

get more time on the ball and Wigan

are expressing themselves with the

1:14:291:14:33

time.

Perversely is the premier

Leesider gives the League 1 side,

1:14:331:14:36

they are right in your face.

They

have been pressing and pushing

1:14:361:14:39

forward and you've got to deal with

it. The quality of players,

1:14:391:14:43

hopefully they will stand up to it.

The big thing for Wigan is

1:14:431:14:47

concentration now. When playing

against the Premier League side,

1:14:471:14:52

concentrate.

Back to Martin Keown

and Steve Wilson. COMMENTATOR: Thank

1:14:521:14:57

you, Mark. No half-time

substitutions. The litter of many a

1:14:571:15:02

lunch is blowing its way across the

DW pitch and it's Southampton who

1:15:021:15:08

will get the second half under way.

The Premier League side. A little

1:15:081:15:13

fortunate to still be on level terms

against their League 1 opponent.

1:15:131:15:21

Southampton from right-to-left in

their change strips against Wigan in

1:15:211:15:25

the blue and white stripes. Goalless

but all the best chances were Wigan

1:15:251:15:32

chances. Here is Ryan Bertrand for

Southampton finding Sofiane Boufal.

1:15:321:15:38

A long way through to Gabbiadini on

the turn, well blocked by Dan Burn.

1:15:381:15:43

Here is Nathan Byrne. Finding

Jacobs.

Would have been interesting

1:15:431:15:52

the team talks at half-time. Mark

Hughes would have wanted more from

1:15:521:15:56

his Premier League outfit. Paul

Cook, I'm sure, asking those players

1:15:561:16:01

to dare to dream. Looking at the

fixture lists at half-time and what

1:16:011:16:06

could be available for them with

play-offs and all sorts, they almost

1:16:061:16:09

halfway through their season, Wigan.

They have a lot of games in hand.

1:16:091:16:15

The two sides above them, because of

this cup run. Here is Nathan Byrne.

1:16:151:16:24

Gabbiadini to Boufal.

1:16:291:16:35

Gabbiadini to Boufal. Boufal's

little trick resulted in him being

1:16:351:16:40

clattered to the ground. Not sure

the Wigan man could have got out of

1:16:401:16:47

his way but a free kick has been

awarded.

He tried to drag him back.

1:16:471:16:51

It was good skill, he turned his

back on him. I think it is Massey

1:16:511:16:56

getting in there. Right in front of

Mark Hughes.

Scored three times,

1:16:561:17:03

Mark Hughes, in FA Cup finals.

1:17:031:17:09

Mark Hughes, in FA Cup finals. Here

is Ryan Bertrand.

1:17:121:17:18

is Ryan Bertrand. Whipped forward by

Hoedt.

He is not given any time at

1:17:181:17:26

all, Hoedt. Interesting to hear the

chaps talking about playing against

1:17:261:17:29

lower league teams and the time you

have on the ball. Hoedt didn't use

1:17:291:17:33

his time well there.

His first game

in English football came in the

1:17:331:17:38

fifth round in their victory over

West Bromwich Albion. They have

1:17:381:17:44

beaten Fulham, Watford and West Brom

to get this far, Southampton. No

1:17:441:17:48

need of any replays on their way.

Three games, three wins.

1:17:481:17:57

Three games, three wins. Elder's

head. Power. Morsy. Roberts.

1:17:571:18:04

Well played again.

Sam Morsy here.

1:18:041:18:12

Elder.

Roberts.

1:18:121:18:22

Just interesting, the points from

half-time, the combinations, the

1:18:221:18:29

rhythms, everything seems to sink

well with Wigan. They just made a

1:18:291:18:32

mistake as I say that, but they have

these little triangles in wide

1:18:321:18:39

positions, Wigan, very effective.

They need a bit more from Will Grigg

1:18:391:18:42

at the top of the team. Is he on

fire today?

He hasn't really had

1:18:421:18:49

sight of goal yet, a super ball in

from Jacobs which he didn't quite

1:18:491:18:51

get onto.

1:18:511:18:59

get onto. Here is Bertrand. Power

couldn't get their foot on it.

1:18:591:19:11

Lemina.

Hojbjerg.

1:19:111:19:15

Tadic is coming very central now

suddenly for Southampton.

1:19:151:19:24

Lemina. Boufal. Bertrand. Danger

here. Blocked by Byrne and it's a

1:19:241:19:33

throw in to Southampton. They had

plenty of bodies in the box,

1:19:331:19:39

Southampton.

Nathan Byrne proving he

can defend as well. Another

1:19:391:19:42

outstanding game at right back.

Ryan

Bertrand to take this throwing for

1:19:421:19:48

Mark Hughes's side. Boufal. It's a

good ball in, Carrillo tried to get

1:19:481:19:58

onto the end of it, played into a

good area.

1:19:581:20:07

You just feel that Southampton have

started the second half a little

1:20:101:20:14

better.

Definitely. The ball has

been moved much quicker. Stevens

1:20:141:20:20

forward, looking for Tadic, Elder's

head, Morsy, Tadic for Southampton.

1:20:201:20:26

Spread away to Boufal.

1:20:261:20:33

Gabbiadini. It's going to come to

Ryan Bertrand.

1:20:341:20:43

Ryan Bertrand. Lemina. This is

probably Southampton's best spell of

1:20:451:20:49

the game so far.

This is what we

would have expected at the start of

1:20:491:20:52

the game.

Hojbjerg. It came off

Morsy's head. Carrillo. Cedric.

1:20:521:21:00

Tadic. Cedric. Stabbed away to

Roberts. Who will be quite happy to

1:21:001:21:07

take the free kick.

He will.

1:21:071:21:13

take the free kick.

He will. Better

start, isn't it? Mark Hughes

1:21:131:21:15

obviously had an impact on his team,

stitching in information.

He's only

1:21:151:21:22

had a couple of training sessions

really. Behind him, Mark Bowen and

1:21:221:21:27

Eddie Niedzwiecki, his tried and

tested backroom staff. Matt Bowen is

1:21:271:21:32

a former Wigan player, played ten

games for the club, never finished

1:21:321:21:35

on the losing side and played for

them in the very first competitive

1:21:351:21:39

game in the stadium.

Both excellent

coaches, by the way they love their

1:21:391:21:44

football. Like a firewall for Mark

Hughes.

Now, Will Grigg. The

1:21:441:21:48

challenge came in taking it behind

for the Wigan corner, yet another

1:21:481:21:53

from Cedric. He had to time that

challenge correctly.

We are going to

1:21:531:21:59

be hoping these corners are an

improvement, keep it away from the

1:21:591:22:02

goalkeeper.

1:22:021:22:10

Max Power's immediate problem is

trying to get the ball to sit still.

1:22:111:22:21

Power's corner, headed firmly away

by Wesley Hoedt. Morsy. Good ball.

1:22:241:22:33

Roberts. Morsy. Loss of blue and

white shirts in there. Taken away

1:22:331:22:38

from Dunkley. Hit by Massey and it

hit Hoedt. Now Jacobs! Worth a go.

1:22:381:22:48

Hayes found the net nine times this

season and wasn't too far away here.

1:22:481:22:54

Good balls in. A couple of shots hit

at goal, just looking at the angle

1:22:541:22:58

to see how close it was. He didn't

quite get the bend on it that he

1:22:581:23:02

wants. He needs a bit of whip to get

that in. That's the only thing

1:23:021:23:09

missing from their game, the

approach play is there, just the

1:23:091:23:11

quality. We keep saying it but they

will have to find it if they are

1:23:111:23:17

going to win this.

There will not be

a replay. There are no longer

1:23:171:23:27

replays at this stage of

competition. Extra and penalties if

1:23:271:23:32

required. A long way to go yet

before we need to start thinking

1:23:321:23:35

about that. Here is Morsy. Elder.

Dunkley.

1:23:351:23:47

Dunkley.

Interesting they are

sitting on Morsy now, Gabbiadini

1:23:481:23:51

trying to pick him up.

Stevens.

1:23:511:24:02

trying to pick him up.

Stevens. --

Stephens. Tadic. Carrillo giving

1:24:021:24:09

chase but he must have known he was

never going to reach it. Here is

1:24:091:24:15

Massey. Roberts and Greg ahead of

him, Byrne to his right.

1:24:151:24:26

him, Byrne to his right. McCarthy in

the Southampton goal expected a pass

1:24:261:24:29

from Massey and the shot was a yard

wide in the end.

I think his right

1:24:291:24:34

to take that on, Byrne making the

overlapping run for him helps to

1:24:341:24:38

create the space. He just can't get

it on target. He got the power but

1:24:381:24:43

not the direction.

1:24:431:24:52

Only nine teams from the third tier

of English football had ever reached

1:24:591:25:03

the FA Cup semifinals. Can Wigan

make it ten? Hojbjerg.

1:25:031:25:14

make it ten? Hojbjerg. Lemina.

Boufal. Boufal, that was a good ball

1:25:141:25:24

in, well dealt with by Dunkley too.

Lemina. Bertrand. Boufal. Lemina.

1:25:241:25:37

Lemina seems to have gone up a gear

in the second half, summary must

1:25:371:25:40

have been in his ear.

Seems like the

whole team has. Stephens. Gabbiadini

1:25:401:25:46

leaving it for Boufal.

WHISTLE

1:25:461:25:52

He saw Nathan Byrne's foot.

That bit

of trickery, gone past Byrne on a

1:25:521:26:01

couple of occasions. He saw the foot

and dived over it.

Free kick to

1:26:011:26:06

Southampton.

1:26:061:26:11

Both very capable of putting this on

a sixpence, Tadic and Boufal. Walton

1:26:141:26:21

in the Wigan goal. 22 games in this

loan spell from Brighton, Christian

1:26:211:26:27

Walton in the Wigan goal, and 14

clean sheets. That how good they

1:26:271:26:32

have been defensively. Boufal goes

for gold but lifts it onto the roof

1:26:321:26:35

of the net. -- goes for goal. Well,

it's an attempt.

It had plenty of

1:26:351:26:45

power on it, just can't get it

up-and-down quick enough. Way over,

1:26:451:26:51

awful from that angle.

1:26:511:27:01

Walton's clearance. Grigg's header

on. Stephens.

Carrillo.

1:27:031:27:14

on. Stephens.

Carrillo. Cedric.

Gabbiadini in the middle. That was a

1:27:141:27:20

really important touch from Dan

Burn, I think. Here is Nathan Byrne.

1:27:201:27:26

Oh! Straight back to Gabbiadini.

Walton to the rescue.

What a save!

1:27:261:27:32

Look how fired up he is. That must

be the only mistake Byrne has made,

1:27:321:27:40

he put it into the path of

Gabbiadini. Look at him, he didn't

1:27:401:27:44

want to go forward and he played it

backwards. Gabbiadini can't believe

1:27:441:27:47

it and he should be putting that

away. Fantastic save from the

1:27:471:27:51

keeper.

Chances don't come any

better. Walton to the rescue for

1:27:511:27:58

Wigan. Southampton corner, it's

their first of the game.

1:27:581:28:05

Played to Hojbjerg. Cleared away by

Dan Burn. Bertrand. Boufal. Philip

1:28:051:28:17

Gomm from Carrillo. Walton. -- flick

on. What a great save.

Walton needs

1:28:171:28:26

to hold onto it and Wigan need to

steady down for a moment. They got

1:28:261:28:30

away with one fair. You start

wondering if your name is on the

1:28:301:28:35

cup. A fantastic chance for

Gabbiadini. He's got to be putting

1:28:351:28:39

that away.

Can you imagine when

Nathan Byrne saw where there was

1:28:391:28:44

heading, his heart falling into the

heel of his boots.

Sure.

What a let

1:28:441:28:49

off. Massey.

Byrne deserves a bit of

luck with the way he has played

1:28:491:28:56

today.

Massey managing to drive a

cross in. Hoedt with the clearance.

1:28:561:29:06

Stephens. Hojbjerg. Power in very

quickly on Hojbjerg. Cedric. Here is

1:29:061:29:18

Morsy.

1:29:181:29:24

Morsy.

Wigan are winning those

battles again, aren't they? Really

1:29:241:29:26

up for the fight.

1:29:261:29:33

That's a good ball. Here is Byrne.

Lofted in two Grigg. No meaningful

1:29:331:29:42

contact on it really, Will Grigg,

and Cedric charges clear for

1:29:421:29:45

Southampton. He finds Hojbjerg under

pressure from Roberts. Free kick.

1:29:451:29:54

It's turning into a cracking match,

isn't it? I think whatever Mark

1:29:541:30:00

Hughes said to his team has

definitely lifted them and Wigan are

1:30:001:30:03

not going to let up.

1:30:031:30:07

Lemina.

1:30:071:30:08

Everyone inside this stadium

absolutely in grossed by what they

1:30:121:30:18

are watching. -- engrossed.

1:30:181:30:21

You can hear the Southampton fans

trying to rouse their team. They've

1:30:281:30:34

been better in this second half, no

question. An hour played, goalless.

1:30:341:30:40

This is what the FA Cup is all

about, isn't it, beat boys against

1:30:401:30:46

the basement teams. Wigan on the way

back, of course, as a club.

Cedric

1:30:461:30:50

found Tadic. Cross to long and high

for Gabbiadini, but Bertrand is

1:30:501:30:55

there. Gabbiadini at the near post,

it's come off the defender.

Dunkley

1:30:551:31:02

is like a wall in there.

They've

just got to keep concentrating,

1:31:021:31:06

Wigan, just to see this through. The

quality is coming through now from

1:31:061:31:10

Southampton. I thought Wigan's focus

and concentration against Manchester

1:31:101:31:17

City was extraordinary. They're

going to need it again, as

1:31:171:31:25

Southampton are now beginning to

find themselves. Tadic with this

1:31:251:31:29

corner kick. It's a free header. But

save again by Walton. Hojbjerg's

1:31:291:31:35

header. -- good save again.

Excellent again. He can see it,

1:31:351:31:41

though, can't he come from a long

way off and manages to get something

1:31:411:31:44

on it is quite Hojbjerg got great

power on the header, he really did.

1:31:441:31:48

Tadic again, click to the near post.

And in this time! Hojbjerg! At the

1:31:481:31:56

second time of asking, he fires

Southampton into the lead. Nothing

1:31:561:32:01

Walton could do about that one. It's

1- 02 Southampton. Pierre-Emile

1:32:011:32:09

Hojbjerg has his first goal for the

club. It might just send them to

1:32:091:32:16

Wembley.

A massive goal. And on. We

talked about concentration. Again,

1:32:161:32:21

they just go to sleep, really -- a

massive goal for Southampton. You

1:32:211:32:25

wouldn't expect a League 1 team to

concede so easily from a set piece,

1:32:251:32:31

great quality from Tadic, he whips

it in there and it drops in front of

1:32:311:32:37

him. How it finds its way into the

back of the net is unbelievable. It

1:32:371:32:40

goes through a group of players.

You've got to give Hojbjerg credit

1:32:401:32:43

for going through that ball.

Dan

Burn is the man on the post but he

1:32:431:32:51

couldn't block it. Walton got a

slight touch, but Southampton lead.

1:32:511:33:01

They have to show some character

now, Wigan. Mark Hughes will feel

1:33:021:33:09

it's a reward for their improved

second-half performance.

1:33:091:33:12

It's a long way to go before the

fans can start thinking about

1:33:171:33:23

Wembley, though.

Their fans have

played their part as well, 4500 have

1:33:231:33:28

come up here and braved the cold,

really getting behind their team.

1:33:281:33:32

And Mark Hughes, by the way.

Yes.

1:33:321:33:37

Well, they've had precious little to

cheer, Southampton.

1:33:371:33:45

And they lead. There's no question

they came out for the second half

1:33:471:33:53

looking better than they went in at

the end of the first.

Yes, there was

1:33:531:33:57

a quick flurry of corners, three

back-to-back, and suddenly Wigan

1:33:571:34:02

needed to hang in there little bit

longer. Credit to Southampton.

1:34:021:34:06

Getting that important goals to wait

what have League 1 Wigan got?

They

1:34:061:34:12

are going to make a change. Nick

Powell is going to be coming on.

1:34:121:34:17

Southampton also making a change.

Nathan Redmond on for them. Nick

1:34:171:34:22

Powell, the former Manchester United

man. Who has been troubled by a

1:34:221:34:29

hamstring injury, the injury he got

very early in the game against

1:34:291:34:32

Manchester City in the fifth round,

he had a recurrence of it at

1:34:321:34:35

Bradford on Wednesday. Redmond is

also going to be coming on.

1:34:351:34:42

Boufal is wandering slowly towards

this nearside. So, he's coming off.

1:34:471:34:52

That's the straight swap. And

Redmond is on.

1:34:521:34:57

Massey... It's going to be a double

change. Roberts and Massey are

1:35:051:35:09

coming off. Colclough and Powell are

coming on for Wigan, all Coke is

1:35:091:35:15

really going for it here -- Paul

Cook is going for it. Making two

1:35:151:35:21

changes immediately after conceding

a goal.

He is, for sure. Redmond was

1:35:211:35:27

a bit unfortunate under the previous

manager. He is on for you. White

1:35:271:35:33

Ryan Colclough and Nick Powell on.

-- he is on for Boufal.

Roberts and

1:35:331:35:38

Massey or off. Powell has to be a

massive gamble. He is struggling

1:35:381:35:45

with a hamstring injury. He went off

against Man City after half an hour

1:35:451:35:50

with the same problem.

1:35:501:35:55

Wasn't expect into the Powell among

the substitutes today. Paul Cook had

1:35:551:36:03

said in his press Conference on

Friday that he was out of the cup

1:36:031:36:08

tied after a recurrence of the

hamstring injury. But it's a risk

1:36:081:36:13

which at this point, with 24 minutes

to go in the FA Cup quarterfinal, he

1:36:131:36:17

just have to take. Powell is

probably, perhaps certainly, Wigan

1:36:171:36:26

Ozma most naturally gifted

footballer -- Wigan's Mohsin

1:36:261:36:30

actually gifted footballer.

They are

missing quality in the final third,

1:36:301:36:35

maybe Powell can give them that.

Nick Powell has got 12 goals this

1:36:351:36:40

season, he is a creative attacking

midfielder, not a striker, so that's

1:36:401:36:44

a good return.

1:36:441:36:50

But it's a change that could

backfire if the hamstring doesn't

1:36:501:36:54

hold out. Redmond chasing. Oh,

strong from Burn.

Yes. He's tough,

1:36:541:37:07

isn't he? I love his merit. -- his

spirit.

1:37:071:37:17

It's a Southampton throw in. Almost

halfway through the second half of

1:37:171:37:22

the game. Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg has

gone.

1:37:221:37:27

Redmond in. Gabbiadini couldn't

control it. Callum Elder forwarding.

1:37:271:37:35

This could be a brilliant last

quarter to the game, couldn't it? It

1:37:351:37:41

went through Grigg, here is Hoedt.

Tadic.

1:37:411:37:47

Morsy covering Southampton.

This is

what they've got to do, Tadic,

1:37:471:37:55

hitting the ball up. If Southampton

are going to get out, they don't

1:37:551:38:01

want to get Wigan too close to their

own goal.

Southampton not in a hurry

1:38:011:38:08

to take the throw, why would they

be? Here is the perfectly groomed

1:38:081:38:14

Cedric with the throw. The

Portuguese international. European

1:38:141:38:20

champion. Top player.

1:38:201:38:28

Burn with the clearing header.

Lemina. Bertrand.

1:38:281:38:36

Redmond. Oh, the pass was shot for

Bertrand. Powell had every right to

1:38:361:38:43

make in.

Every time he limps, you

wonder if it's the hamstring. At

1:38:431:38:48

he's OK there.

1:38:481:38:51

He nipped in and bought the free

kick, didn't he? Morsy forwarding.

1:38:521:39:02

-- for Wigan. Powell couldn't move

to the Premier League in January --

1:39:021:39:09

could have moved. He turned down an

offer from Brighton.

1:39:091:39:13

A little touch by Hojbjerg. Wigan

free kick. Powell will take it

1:39:311:39:38

quickly. Looking for Grigg. Stephens

won it. Lemina. As Wigan pushed on,

1:39:381:39:44

there will be gaps. Lemina continues

to look powerful in the midfield.

1:39:441:39:48

He's a top player for them if they

are going to stay up as well.

You

1:39:481:39:55

don't play for Marseille and

Juventus if you are not a good

1:39:551:39:58

player.

1:39:581:40:04

Grigg looking for it. Hoedt wanting

to see it behind, and he has.

Too

1:40:051:40:15

much on that ball for Grigg. Gives

you that hope, though, Grigg, after

1:40:151:40:23

the goal he scored against Man City.

It's been a fair old time coming,

1:40:231:40:29

his first goal. Hampton.

It's about

getting first of that ball, wanting

1:40:291:40:35

it more than anybody else -- his

first goal for Southampton.

1:40:351:40:42

Dunkley's header forward. Colclough

just unable to accelerate away. Man

1:40:421:40:50

down for Southampton at the moment.

Tadic neatly. Gabbiadini just

1:40:501:40:55

couldn't take it away from Dunkley.

Dan Burn.

1:40:551:41:02

Dan Burn. Carrillo has picked

himself up from the turf. Hampton.

1:41:031:41:07

-- for Southampton. Old he was

fouled, Wigan get the decision.

1:41:071:41:16

fouled, Wigan get the decision. He

has found Grigg.

He is trying to

1:41:161:41:18

find the run of Grigg as well.

Eventually he brings a vision.

1:41:181:41:25

I'm told that when there was

speculation about Nick Powell moving

1:41:251:41:32

to Brighton, well, here he is on the

ball. Many a footballer might have

1:41:321:41:39

gone in and said, is that

speculation true? Gabbiadini... Oh,

1:41:391:41:42

could be a penalty! Hamburg with the

challenge -- Dan Burn with the

1:41:421:41:49

challenge. It's a penalty to

Southampton. Yellow card for the

1:41:491:41:53

Wigan defender, but that matters

little. Gabbiadini got goals eyed,

1:41:531:42:03

-- got all side, Burn stretched.

He

is pointing where he wants it. Once

1:42:031:42:08

he's away, Dan Burn has to foul him

to bring him down. He dives in AB he

1:42:081:42:13

could have let him go a little bit

further but he makes the gamble and

1:42:131:42:16

catches his right foot. There can be

no complaints with that. Such a

1:42:161:42:20

shame for the young man.

1:42:201:42:22

Now, how are his nerves? Manolo

Gabbiadini from 12 yards. To put

1:42:281:42:36

Southampton within touching distance

of the semifinal... It's a brilliant

1:42:361:42:38

save! It's an absolutely outstanding

save by Walton.

Well, the hairs are

1:42:381:42:47

Rob on the back of my neck. It has

it's a wonderful save -- up on the

1:42:471:42:51

back of my neck. Look at the power

he puts into this. Brilliant from

1:42:511:42:55

the goalkeeper. Outstanding.

Strong

hands from Walton. Guessed right,

1:42:551:43:02

got there, brilliant save. Wigan are

still in this cup tie.

1:43:021:43:11

Well, if that doesn't inspire his

team, nothing will.

Wow! It's one of

1:43:111:43:20

the best saves I've seen this

season.

Incredible, wasn't it was

1:43:201:43:22

white he hit it so well, Gabbiadini.

1:43:221:43:28

Corner kick. And another.

1:43:281:43:31

Just got to keep doing their jobs at

set pieces, which they didn't do of

1:43:371:43:41

course for the goal they conceded.

1:43:411:43:44

Tadic again with a corner.

Gabbiadini with a little back

1:43:521:43:55

header. Colclough from Wigan. ?

Attempts to clear the lines which

1:43:551:44:00

didn't really work. Two attempts to

clear the line. Hojbjerg, having

1:44:001:44:09

never previously scored for

Southampton before today, trying to

1:44:091:44:12

make it two in a few minutes.

He was

really confident there, wasn't he?

1:44:121:44:17

Look at this!

Oh, it's a wonderful

save, fantastic.

1:44:171:44:23

Just guesses right, of course. But

of all the way that he flicks that

1:44:231:44:28

away. -- beautiful the way.

1:44:281:44:31

Tadic, now Cedric.

1:44:351:44:40

Southampton with five players flying

forward. Burn got himself into a

1:44:401:44:48

tangle and just about managed to put

it behind for a corner.

It's so open

1:44:481:44:53

at the moment.

It's the Premier

League side carrying the threat.

1:44:531:44:59

They are 1-0 up, it should be two.

Gabbiadini's penalty, marvellous

1:44:591:45:04

save by Walton.

We seem to have

spent the whole match watching

1:45:041:45:09

corners from this end of the pitch!

1:45:091:45:16

Indigo is the latest, and that is

off ahead of Dunkley for one -- in

1:45:161:45:21

goes the latest. At one point the

corner count was 11-0 in Wigan's

1:45:211:45:27

favour. It's now 11-7, I believe.

ABV conditions or adding to this.

1:45:271:45:34

The wind is always dragging it into

the net -- maybe the conditions.

1:45:341:45:37

They can't clear it, Wigan.

15

fascinating minutes to go on Wigan

1:45:371:45:44

can take this into extra time. In it

goes, how it goes. Jacobs, straight

1:45:441:45:50

back to Southampton. Wasn't the best

clearance in the world. Whipped in.

1:45:501:45:54

Jack Stephens, that will be a goal

kick.

1:45:541:46:02

Well, he knows a thing or two about

the FA Cup, Mark Hughes.

Four times

1:46:021:46:08

a winner as a player at.

And wants a

runner-up.

He's up for the fight.

1:46:081:46:15

Never managed a team in the final.

He got Blackburn to the semifinals

1:46:151:46:22

in 2005, losing 3-0 to Arsenal in

Cardiff. Went out of the cup at

1:46:221:46:28

Coventry with Stoke. That was his

last game in charge of them.

1:46:281:46:33

That's a good ball. Morsy.

1:46:351:46:37

Jacobs. Why throw in the middle. But

block. Now a Wigan corner. End to

1:46:401:46:48

end stuff -- four in the middle.

The

crowd really getting behind their

1:46:481:46:52

team.

Just the quality now from this

corner. Well, if it's still cold, I

1:46:521:47:00

can't feel it any more, the game is

that good. Max Power's going to take

1:47:001:47:04

this.

1:47:041:47:09

It's dangerous. Dunkley help

himself... Howell! Just couldn't get

1:47:091:47:17

it out -- Powell. He slid on the

turf. Trying to leave it goalwards.

1:47:171:47:22

Just out of his reach. Powell put it

into his path. Just as Powell is

1:47:221:47:29

putting it into him, you don't know

if he panics there would just can't

1:47:291:47:33

get to it.

-- or just can't get to

it. That's the end he scored in

1:47:331:47:41

famously against Manchester City.

Not on that occasion.

1:47:411:47:44

Good ball, well out by Hoedt. Morsy.

1:47:511:47:56

Max Power... Oh! Lovely ball. Well

taken by McCarthy. It dipped right

1:48:021:48:10

in front of him.

It was, it look

like the perfect cross. He kept his

1:48:101:48:15

arm out, McCarthy. Good work on that

right-hand side. He doesn't panic,

1:48:151:48:20

he's nice and calm, the keeper. Soft

hands as well to deal with it.

1:48:201:48:25

A foul by Gabbiadini on Morsy. Free

to Wigan. Can they, can they, can

1:48:291:48:36

they stay in the Cup?

1:48:361:48:43

Hoedt has lost it. -- Hojbjerg has

lost it. Morsy, Powell.

1:48:451:48:55

Ryan Colclough onside, into a great

position! At Ryan Bertrand was there

1:48:561:49:00

just in the negative time. Jacobs

hoping.

Just that anticipation,

1:49:001:49:06

Jacobs just reads it. Expect the

unexpected in this game!

Morsy. Burn

1:49:061:49:15

couldn't get onto it, fouled eye

Bertrand, free kick to Wigan. It

1:49:151:49:20

might allow Wigan to make a third

substitution -- foul by Bertrand.

1:49:201:49:29

Matrin's claiming he got the ball

there. -- Bertrand's claiming. He's

1:49:291:49:36

on his opponent as well.

Noel Hunt

is coming on, the Republic of

1:49:361:49:42

Ireland international, for Wigan. A

familiar face. Noel Hunt is 35 now.

1:49:421:49:49

And Nathan Byrne is coming off.

He

has had a fine game.

1:49:541:50:04

So, Hunt on. If free kick, Max Power

to drill it in. It wasn't the best.

1:50:081:50:16

Scuffed it. Southampton might break

here. Hojbjerg, the goal-scorer,

1:50:161:50:21

giving it straight to Morsy, a

terrible ball. Jacobs. Hunt's

1:50:211:50:27

attempt to flick it into the back of

Grigg didn't happen.

Wigan are going

1:50:271:50:31

for it. Two up top.

Paul Cook's just

brought on a Republic of Ireland

1:50:311:50:40

international in Noel Hunt, and

another in a Shane Long is going to

1:50:401:50:43

be coming on for Southampton. And

it's Carrillo who is going to make

1:50:431:50:48

way.

1:50:481:50:53

What Shane Long is absolutely

brilliant at is chasing everything.

1:50:531:50:57

And when he gets there, he holds the

top. He struggles defenders -- holds

1:50:571:51:03

it up.

Definitely, I'm sure he's

looking forward to working with Mark

1:51:031:51:07

Hughes as well.

1:51:071:51:11

Taken. Gabbiadini.

1:51:111:51:18

Forward from Hunt. Here is Grigg.

Rigg's has won throw off Hojbjerg.

1:51:281:51:38

You just wonder if his fairy tale FA

Cup campaign has another little but

1:51:381:51:41

of magic.

1:51:411:51:43

You can't underestimate the effect

Powell has on this team. Since he's

1:51:501:51:54

come on... If there is a hamstring

injury that, it doesn't seem to

1:51:541:51:57

bother him. Occasionally you can see

that something is catching him or

1:51:571:52:03

there's a problem, but he's still

able to play at this high-level with

1:52:031:52:06

this injury issue that he has.

Bertrand forward.

1:52:061:52:13

Long is going to chase this. Max

Power, calm. But play by Max Power.

1:52:131:52:21

Free kick. -- but play. Southampton

can play on.

1:52:211:52:26

Ryan Colclough, looking to take on

Cedric.

1:52:341:52:36

Dan Burn. Morsy, Powell.

1:52:441:52:48

Lemina for Southampton.

He does well

there.

Powell once more.

1:52:531:53:01

Oh, it's a delightful ball by

Powell. Cut out really well by Jack

1:53:011:53:07

Stephens. Here Powell is again.

1:53:071:53:13

Dunkley looking for Elder, slightly

off the mark.

This is a tribute to

1:53:151:53:22

the work they do for the season in

passing the ball, something they're

1:53:221:53:25

used to.

Noel Hunt, with seven

minutes to go, the League 1 side

1:53:251:53:30

need a goal in those seven minutes.

1:53:301:53:33

Well, they've got used to scoring

late, late goals. Jacobs got them

1:53:391:53:43

one in stoppage time at Radford on

Wednesday. Roberts got one very late

1:53:431:53:50

on in a draw against Tom Thorpe last

weekend, can they do it again?

1:53:501:53:54

There's plenty of strikers in there,

that's for sure -- Eddings is gone.

1:53:541:53:58

Like Max Power will take the corner

kick.

1:53:581:54:01

Power's Corner, good header out by

long.

1:54:051:54:07

Trying to draw a foul from Dunkley,

and he has. It will be a yellow card

1:54:171:54:22

for the Wigan defender.

He is very

clear that. Good ability. Finding a

1:54:221:54:28

bit of time for his team.

1:54:281:54:30

That's what he's so good at, Shane

Long.

Oh, I'm sure, he's dust

1:54:351:54:40

waiting for him to get too tight and

pull him back.

1:54:401:54:43

A charge down by Hunt. Here is

Hoedt. McCarthy right down the

1:54:511:55:02

middle. Gabbiadini onto it. Did Burn

pushing? The flag was up and it is a

1:55:021:55:10

he was saved anyway.

I think the

flag him. It wait free kick has been

1:55:101:55:16

taken. -- free kick has been taken.

1:55:161:55:25

Well, five minutes to go. 0- one.

Out of play by Ryan Bertrand. Just

1:55:301:55:41

turn your mind for a moment, Martin,

to the Man of the Match? Here's Max

1:55:411:55:47

Power.

1:55:471:55:48

Behind for the goalkick. And

Southampton five minutes away the FA

1:55:521:55:58

Cup semifinal.

1:55:581:56:05

But nobody from the dugout to the

seats behind the goal is taking

1:56:091:56:15

anything for granted.

This is a game

where you draw breath throughout the

1:56:151:56:21

stadium, waiting for the last run

in. Something special has to come.

1:56:211:56:24

It includes is a white -- Wigan

could get back into this.

Free kick

1:56:241:56:30

to Southampton.

He uses his body to

good effect. You have to be patient.

1:56:301:56:37

You can't win everything. He just

pulled him out of the way, doesn't

1:56:371:56:45

he?

It's a correct decision. Dunkley

is complaining, but he had his arm

1:56:451:56:51

around his neck. Oriol Romeu is

going to come on for Southampton. A

1:56:511:56:57

defensive minded midfielder

replacing Manolo Gabbiadini.

1:56:571:57:00

Well, it might all change because

something spectacular could very

1:57:061:57:09

well happen in the last three

minutes.

1:57:091:57:15

But once we've seen this free kick,

Martin, I'll ask you to give your

1:57:151:57:19

Man of the Match.

1:57:191:57:20

Forward by Hoedt. Offside flag up

against Dusan Tadic. Wigan have a

1:57:431:57:48

free kick. They've taken it from the

wrong place!

1:57:481:57:56

Max Power forward. Bertrand.

1:57:571:58:04

It's come off Max Power from

Southampton throwing. Martin, who is

1:58:041:58:08

your Man of the Match?

I'm going to

go for the goalkeeper, Christian

1:58:081:58:11

Walton. The save he made for that

penalty was quite remarkable. A

1:58:111:58:16

couple of good saves. If they are to

go out, it certainly wasn't due to

1:58:161:58:24

his performance. He's been an

outstanding young man.

1:58:241:58:30

But you wonder whether his side are

going out here. They have precious

1:58:301:58:34

little time.

They need to get the

ball forward earlier, that's what

1:58:341:58:39

they need to do.

Burn, now Dunkley.

90 seconds of normal time to go.

1:58:391:58:45

Cedric with the clearing header.

Morsy from Wigan. Lemina nicked it

1:58:451:58:49

from him. Hojbjerg, it's long.

Shoulder to shoulder with Dan Burn.

1:58:491:58:58

Cedric, long.

This is what

Southampton need to do, just keep it

1:58:581:59:06

in this area. Just frustrate Wigan.

Game management, they call it, in

1:59:061:59:13

the modern parlance.

1:59:131:59:20

Romeu. Cedric. Running the clock

down is the old-fashioned way.

Keep

1:59:211:59:33

hitting it into areas, making them

work. Long coming on has been ideal

1:59:331:59:38

for Southampton.

1:59:381:59:48

So near now, Southampton. Stephens

forward. Dan Burn for Wigan. Just

1:59:521:59:58

about time. Romeu fouls Powell. This

has got to go.

Rarely do they go

1:59:582:00:04

rude one but I think now is the time

to do it. Still they are trying to

2:00:042:00:08

play.

Morsy to Elder. Colclough,

through the legs of Romeu, floats it

2:00:082:00:15

up, great ball, Hunt! And over the

top. Noel Hunt came so close.

The

2:00:152:00:25

ball is hanging in the hair for an

age. He just managed to get

2:00:252:00:29

something on it and can't guide it

across. Good defending in the end. I

2:00:292:00:33

just thought that was going to be

their moment. Into the added four

2:00:332:00:43

minutes of this FA Cup quarterfinal.

Wigan with a corner. Powers in the

2:00:432:00:50

delivery, in, Stephens, it hit

Lemina Commander has come to Nathan

2:00:502:00:54

Redmond. He's got runners to his

right. Here is Cedric. Lemina

2:00:542:01:07

screaming for it. Southampton are

going to Wembley. Cedric makes it

2:01:072:01:12

safe. Mark Hughes and Southampton

are into the FA Cup semifinal.

2:01:122:01:21

Brilliantly taken by Cedric and

Wigan's wonderful cup run ends here.

2:01:212:01:27

We talked about quality. Cedric the

mother right back, ends up on the

2:01:272:01:33

left wing. You have to say he shows

a great deal of composure coming out

2:01:332:01:38

on the ball. Man of the Match.

Justice side foot in the end. A

2:01:382:01:44

completely knocks the stuffing out

of Wigan. -- just his side foot. He

2:01:442:01:53

takes the ball so early, beautiful,

and has the composure and presence

2:01:532:01:58

of mind. Lovely little flick into

his own path. He just tucked it away

2:01:582:02:02

nice and easily. Into the next

round.

Great composure and two

2:02:022:02:11

players who have never previously

scored for the club. First Hojbjerg

2:02:112:02:15

and Ben Cedric have taken

Southampton into the FA Cup

2:02:152:02:20

semifinal.

It has been a gallant

effort from Wigan the way they have

2:02:202:02:27

taken the game to Southampton.

Well,

it has been a magical, magical run

2:02:272:02:33

for Paul Cook. This may turn out to

be a season of celebration for

2:02:332:02:40

Wigan. One of three clubs looking

for two automatic promotion places

2:02:402:02:47

to get into the Championship. They

will hope not to go to Wembley in

2:02:472:02:52

the play-offs because they will hope

they don't need to, but they

2:02:522:02:55

certainly won't be going to Wembley

in the FA Cup.

Something for Mark

2:02:552:03:00

Hughes as well to build on, of

course. They dropped into the bottom

2:03:002:03:05

three yesterday so it has been a

better day today.

Will Grigg trying

2:03:052:03:10

to take it away from Stephens, who

did well.

Stephens has battled well

2:03:102:03:15

at the back, hasn't he?

It's only

the third time in the last 12

2:03:152:03:23

months, if it stays like this, that

Southampton would have won a game by

2:03:232:03:28

more than a single goal. That's how

bad their 12 months have been. But

2:03:282:03:33

there may be some very high days and

holidays ahead. Might be further

2:03:332:03:44

punishment for Wigan too, which

would be very harsh on them. Redmond

2:03:442:03:47

for Southampton. Power's challenge,

Southampton's throw in.

Power has

2:03:472:03:54

been everywhere down the right-hand

side, hasn't he? Such a spirit in

2:03:542:04:00

this Wigan team. That's what they

got to do now, it is a setback in

2:04:002:04:03

their season, but back to the

bread-and-butter which is believed

2:04:032:04:07

to get the promotion they need.

Going to Walsall on Wednesday.

2:04:072:04:16

WHISTLE

2:04:162:04:18

And whilst Wigan think about

Walsall, Southampton think about

2:04:202:04:24

Wembley and the last four of the FA

Cup. Mark Hughes, instant impact at

2:04:242:04:34

Southampton. Goals from Pierre-Emile

Hojbjerg and Cedric, neither of whom

2:04:342:04:41

have ever scored for Southampton

before. It will be an all Premier

2:04:412:04:47

League FA Cup last four. And Mark

Hughes can look forward to Wembley.

2:04:472:04:54

It has been a wonderful adventure

for Wigan. They have been

2:04:542:05:00

magnificent. Knocked out three

Premier League sides. Knocked out

2:05:002:05:04

Manchester City, the best in the

Premier League, but they could not

2:05:042:05:07

do it against Southampton, who march

on to the last four. It's finished

2:05:072:05:12

at the DW, Wigan 0-2 Southampton.

STUDIO: All four sides at the DW

2:05:122:05:21

Stadium are on their feet and

applauding the two sides, and as you

2:05:212:05:25

can see, Mark Hughes is on the pitch

not only congratulating his new

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Southampton players but

commiserating with those Wigan

2:05:292:05:32

players who at the moment are going

on a little bit of a lap of honour

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themselves applauding their fans.

What a cracking cup tie, Dion

2:05:352:05:38

Dublin.

A sort of had everything, to

be fair. Towards the end of the game

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Wigan felt like there may have run

out of ideas and Southampton took

2:05:452:05:49

charge of the game. The quality of

the players showed through towards

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the end. That's what my body used to

look like years ago. I wish! It was

2:05:522:05:58

a great spectacle, it was an FA Cup

game, which in the end, I've got to

2:05:582:06:03

say, I'm surprised it was won by two

goals because it was a very close

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game.

It feels nice to be sitting

here knowing that you can praise

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both sets of players, both teams,

you don't need to criticise anybody

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and everybody can have just enjoyed

it.

I'm sure the Wigan players and

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supporters would have enjoyed a

better if they had got a result.

He

2:06:202:06:23

enjoyed it!

I certainly did but

looking back at the first half you

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wonder whether the Wigan

opportunities and chances they had

2:06:282:06:31

and the way they went about the

first half, they were the dominant

2:06:312:06:34

side and they have the half chances

without scoring, and on reflection

2:06:342:06:38

they should have hoped to get one of

the goals that would have given them

2:06:382:06:42

an opportunity.

Fran is right, Wigan

would have enjoyed it more if they

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had won but there are positives for

Paul Cook to take out of this as

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they try and get back into the

Championship next season.

That is

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the thing about the cup run, from

Paul Cook's perspective getting back

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into the Championship is the ideal

scenario and what he's looking to do

2:06:572:07:01

this season. I think he's shown

these players within the Wigan setup

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can play against the best and in the

Man City game it was a different

2:07:062:07:10

performance but the first half we

saw the quality of one or two of

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their players today.

They have kept

three clean sheets against Premier

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League opposition in the last three

cup rounds here so they must take

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the confidence forward.

I think the

60 minutes it's very difficult to

2:07:222:07:26

say Southampton, Premier League

side, Wigan don't look the same

2:07:262:07:29

quality, but no chance was it like

that. The game was really good.

2:07:292:07:33

Wigan had so many chances, even

though they were half chances, they

2:07:332:07:37

should have at least hit the target

with a couple. They will rue with

2:07:372:07:42

those and think they can't continue

to do that, if we work so hard to

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create chances you've got to create

them, especially in cup games.

They

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will have more chances for the rest

of the League 1 season.

You would

2:07:502:07:53

think so, the way they play is

impressive, pleasing on the eye, but

2:07:532:07:57

I think in general Paul Cook has

good tempo to his play and I think

2:07:572:08:02

the quality, as I say, several of

those players, I think it shows they

2:08:022:08:06

can play a step above where they are

playing now.

We can get some

2:08:062:08:10

reaction from one of the Southampton

goalkeepers and their captain today

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with Damien.

2:08:122:08:14

goalkeepers and their captain today

with Damien. Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg,

2:08:142:08:15

one of the goal-scorers and Ryan

Bertrand, the captain, with me. What

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does it feel like to go to a

semifinal at Wembley?

Of course it's

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a great achievement and

congratulations to the whole team

2:08:232:08:25

and club. It is well needed in a

moment of changes and maybe a need

2:08:252:08:32

for a bit of confidence, so a great

start.

Tell me about your goal,

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first for Southampton.

Yeah, about

time, I'm really happy from a happy

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I can help the team and that we can

get through, so most of all I'm just

2:08:412:08:47

happy to help the team.

Very

different feeling from after the

2:08:472:08:50

Newcastle game where you were beside

yourself, really virtually

2:08:502:08:54

speechless.

No, but, again I think

now with a new manager difficult to

2:08:542:09:04

say and you start because we are in

the middle of the season, but then

2:09:042:09:08

you start under him and a 2-0 win is

just great, a semifinal is great.

2:09:082:09:14

Ryan, what has changed under the new

manager since Mark Hughes came in?

I

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think commitment, intensity, we knew

that we need to apply that to our

2:09:202:09:24

season, especially today, in the FA

Cup. Wigan is a team that competes

2:09:242:09:28

and they gave us a fantastic game

today but it was important that we

2:09:282:09:32

have the basics, competed, matched

their aggressiveness and we knew our

2:09:322:09:35

quality would come through.

You

wrote your luck on occasions in the

2:09:352:09:39

first half and missed a penalty.

Definitely, it's a classic FA Cup

2:09:392:09:44

game, chances at each end and

thankfully we came out on top.

Two

2:09:442:09:48

upfront and the wing is pushing

forward, is that the approach Mark

2:09:482:09:52

Hughes will use for the rest of the

season to get you out of trouble?

At

2:09:522:09:55

the moment, yeah, seems to be the

way he wants us to go, it's about

2:09:552:09:59

learning a new system, two up top,

so let's get forward and create as

2:09:592:10:05

many chances as we can.

Gentlemen,

well done, thank you. STUDIO:

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many chances as we can.

Gentlemen,

well done, thank you. STUDIO: This

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is the Hojbjerg goal, because they

had a warning just moments before he

2:10:102:10:14

scored it, Wigan.

The corner is out

swinging and the Southampton players

2:10:142:10:19

looking to pin the Wigan players and

a good save from Christian Walton

2:10:192:10:25

pushing it away and that was a

warning sign, Carrillo just outside

2:10:252:10:29

the penalty spot makes is run across

the near post, there he is and

2:10:292:10:33

Hojbjerg's header coming in, come to

be saved, I would say, but they

2:10:332:10:37

should have heeded that one in

because the next ball coming in,

2:10:372:10:40

there is the same run again,

Hojbjerg running into the space on

2:10:402:10:43

the edge of the six yard box, and we

have Wesley Hoedt, Jack Stephens

2:10:432:10:48

pinning both Will Grigg and on the

front post enabling Carrillo to run

2:10:482:10:53

to the near post, that's the

highlighted area Hojbjerg is going

2:10:532:10:56

to attack, the delivery comes in and

nobody attacks the ball and Hojbjerg

2:10:562:10:59

is able to poke it past Walton.

That

is a good routine cross -- from

2:10:592:11:08

Southampton, you will have been in

that situation defending and

2:11:082:11:10

attacking corners like that, and

with the Wigan defenders pending

2:11:102:11:13

there is little they can do.

The

Southampton players within the

2:11:132:11:17

corner, they know it is an

outswinger, they will go into the

2:11:172:11:20

position because it is an

outswinger, they will sacrifice

2:11:202:11:24

themselves knowing that the ball

will have to go into a certain area,

2:11:242:11:27

but you are leaving for your pal to

come into. If the delivery is right

2:11:272:11:31

you will always get a chance. They

have worked on it, they took the two

2:11:312:11:35

centre halves out of the way.

The

2-wood best headers of the ball for

2:11:352:11:40

Zaventem, Hoedt and Stephens -- for

Southampton. That's what they would

2:11:402:11:49

have spoken about.

2:11:492:11:51

Southampton. That's what they would

have spoken about.

Paul,

2:11:512:11:53

commiserations, the end of the

adventure, but your team did you

2:11:532:11:57

proud.

Without a shadow of a doubt,

I just said that to them in there.

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You can't ask for any more from your

players, you want to come out of

2:12:002:12:04

these games filling you have done

yourselves proud and haven't left

2:12:042:12:07

much out there and in the first half

we were excellent and expected the

2:12:072:12:11

reaction from Southampton with their

quality of players and we have done

2:12:112:12:14

well.

You must rue the missed

chances in the first half?

You have

2:12:142:12:19

the hindsight to look back at them,

we haven't yet, we genuinely felt we

2:12:192:12:22

were playing well but didn't work

the goalkeeper enough possibly. We

2:12:222:12:26

are playing against top players and

eventually the quality came through,

2:12:262:12:29

and good luck to Southampton.

Heroes

all over the pitch but your

2:12:292:12:34

goalkeeper was fantastic.

He has had

to be against these great teams,

2:12:342:12:38

he's worked hard every day to try

and get him better and you get your

2:12:382:12:42

rewards. As the manager, with the

penalty saved I'd like to see Hunt's

2:12:422:12:48

chance late on, half a chance, with

the FA Cup you feel there are key

2:12:482:12:52

moments in the game and the key

moments have gone to Southampton

2:12:522:12:55

today and we wish them well in the

semifinal.

You can focus on the

2:12:552:12:59

league now, Paul.

We've got no

choice!

STUDIO: Would you like to

2:12:592:13:04

play for in?

I would come I like

their style they play, he gives

2:13:042:13:09

attacking players freedom, he gets

his side well-organised throughout,

2:13:092:13:12

and they are great to watch. A

brilliant site to watch and that's

2:13:122:13:16

why I think the players enjoy

playing for him. His sense of humour

2:13:162:13:20

as well, you can tell the

personality brings across to the

2:13:202:13:22

players.

Dimensioned Noel Hunt near

the end, he got close, from his

2:13:222:13:27

chance the ball went for a corner

and from their Southampton broke for

2:13:272:13:30

their winner.

I'm

2:13:302:13:32

and from their Southampton broke for

their winner.

I'm thinking, head it.

2:13:322:13:34

It's really difficult to call

because you are not in that position

2:13:342:13:37

and don't know how to take it. There

is a massive scramble here, Nathan

2:13:372:13:41

Redmond does great, absolutely

great, gets lucky with the ball

2:13:412:13:45

because he was trying to pick out

another team-mate on the far side of

2:13:452:13:49

the pitch and he's in, the first

touch is fantastic and he sets

2:13:492:13:53

himself.

Good header from Soares and

he did well to joining the attack,

2:13:532:13:57

prepare to run forward, bit of a

deflection, good fortune. Great

2:13:572:14:01

first header and then shows the

composure to take a touch and put it

2:14:012:14:06

beyond Walton for a fabulous finish.

Southampton struggled, getting into

2:14:062:14:12

great positions.

Gabbiadini had a

great chance one-on-one and Mark

2:14:122:14:16

Hughes liked that one.

He certainly

did, he punched the air and he is

2:14:162:14:20

with Damien. He's

2:14:202:14:20

did, he punched the air and he is

with Damien. He's been watching the

2:14:202:14:21

replay is with interest as well.

Mark, that felt significant on so

2:14:212:14:26

many levels.

It was an important day

for us today. A difficult week for

2:14:262:14:30

the guys, even before I arrived at

the club. I've gone in and I have to

2:14:302:14:35

say, even before the match started I

said it, I've been impressed with

2:14:352:14:39

the quality in the club itself. They

have lost a bit of confidence of

2:14:392:14:43

late and that can happen. But I'm

really pleased with the amount of

2:14:432:14:48

talent that I've got to work with

with this group, and I think along

2:14:482:14:52

with that I think you saw yourself

today, given how hard we were tested

2:14:522:14:57

by Wigan, we are an absolute credit

to the manager -- Wigan are an

2:14:572:15:03

absolute credit. I congratulate them

in terms of how hard they pushed us.

2:15:032:15:05

That I have to say, we had to stand

up to that. People have questioned

2:15:052:15:11

this group, clearly, before I've

arrived, and maybe questioned my

2:15:112:15:14

appointment as well. I think it's

only a start but it's a statement of

2:15:142:15:19

intent and we have a lot of work to

do in the Premier League, clearly,

2:15:192:15:23

but we will enjoy this moment and it

is a Wembley semifinal, which is a

2:15:232:15:27

great experience for the fans to

look forward to.

Was that one of

2:15:272:15:32

your more animated half-time team

talk scores I thought we did OK up

2:15:322:15:35

to a point.

Without really creating

enough in the final third. I wanted

2:15:352:15:42

to play more in their half in the

second half and we started brightly

2:15:422:15:45

in that regard and played more in

their half will stop we were

2:15:452:15:49

resolute and went balls needed to be

defended and we needed to clear our

2:15:492:15:54

lines. Conditions were difficult for

both teams. I think we made the

2:15:542:15:58

right decisions at the right times

and at key moments in the games and

2:15:582:16:00

as a consequence it was an assured

performance.

Weldon, Mark. Thank you

2:16:002:16:05

to Mark Hughes for talking to us.

West against Chelsea coming up at

2:16:052:16:10

4:05pm

2:16:102:16:15

4:05pm with the team. Followed by

the semifinal draw. -- well done.

2:16:152:16:19

Let's look at the penalty save,

sensational save.

2:16:192:16:23

Let's look at the penalty save,

sensational save.

Great save,

2:16:232:16:25

one-handed save, Gabbiadini

struggling for goals, four in 36

2:16:252:16:29

before today and he might be a

striker lacking confidence in front

2:16:292:16:31

of goal and he goes for power and he

did everything right in that respect

2:16:312:16:36

but sensational save, strong hand,

outstanding.

You can see by the way

2:16:362:16:40

he strikes the ball, it doesn't spin

all rotate, he struck it flush and

2:16:402:16:45

he goes for power in the corner and

to stop that going behind you and

2:16:452:16:48

push it out to a corner is just an

outstanding save.

Ryan Bertrand said

2:16:482:16:53

in his interview there is a greater

intensity now. Should there be

2:16:532:16:57

intensity all the time, or does that

come just when you get a new voice

2:16:572:17:00

in charge?

They should be but from

what we've seen under Pellegrino

2:17:002:17:04

there has been very much a

possession -based style of football,

2:17:042:17:08

and that's obviously sort of shifted

a bit with what Mark Hughes said and

2:17:082:17:11

the impact he has had in the few

days he has been in charge. Winning

2:17:112:17:15

today, with goals hard to come by,

that will give confidence going into

2:17:152:17:19

the next Premier League game against

West Ham.

So many times they were

2:17:192:17:22

passing forward getting the

attacking players forward and that

2:17:222:17:26

was the outstanding thing I noticed

in the second half, so often you

2:17:262:17:29

watched Southampton this season and

it has been a slow and lethargic

2:17:292:17:32

build-up but today there was more

pace and intensity passing forward.

2:17:322:17:36

What has been accepted at

Southampton over the past few games

2:17:362:17:39

will not be any more, not with Mark

Hughes.

Wigan have been great in

2:17:392:17:44

this FA Cup run.

Absolutely

incredible, amazing cup run for

2:17:442:17:47

them, they have knocked out some

great sides but the style of

2:17:472:17:50

football they have played, credit to

Paul Cook.

Thank you to Kevin, Fran

2:17:502:17:55

and Dion. Southampton are into the

FA Cup semifinals. Still to come on

2:17:552:18:00

BBC One, Leicester against Chelsea,

the build-up from 4:05pm.

2:18:002:18:11

the build-up from 4:05pm. But from

here, it's bye-bye. What is it about

2:18:112:18:13

Wigan and the FA Cup? Are

Southampton to be next on Wigan's

2:18:132:18:15

hit list? Deflected! Oh! Roberts!

Couldn't take it. Straight back to

2:18:152:18:22

Gabbiadini. Hojbjerg! He fires

Southampton into the lead! It's a

2:18:222:18:32

brilliant save. Southampton are

going to Wembley. Instant impact at

2:18:322:18:36

Southampton.

2:18:362:18:38

Mark Chapman presents live coverage of the FA Cup quarter-final between Wigan and Southampton at the DW Stadium. Wigan, who famously won the cup in 2013, pulled off one of the greatest shocks in FA Cup history in the fifth round this year by beating Manchester City. They now face Southampton, who are struggling in the Premier League but are just one game from a semi-final at Wembley.