G de Jesus (90+4)
So'ton vs Man City
3:00pm Sunday 13th May
St. Mary's Stadium
WATCH: SOUTHAMPTON 0-1 MAN CITY
SOUTHAMPTON 0-1 MAN CITY
How fitting that it was De Bruyne who sent a sumptuous ball over the top for Jesus, and that is a goal worthy of taking the champions to 100 points.
Meanwhile, despite the defeat, Southampton are officially safe. Cause for celebration all around.
GOAL! SOUTHAMPTON 0-1 MAN CITY (Jesus, 90+4)
WOULD YOU BELIEVE IT!
Stunning, stunning goal from Jesus, who has fired City to the 100-point mark.
It's a long ball forward from De Bruyne for Jesus, who superbly lifts it over McCarthy.
Pure elation from the City players, and Pep has gone beserk on the sidelines.
SOUTHAMPTON 0-0 MAN CITY
90+2: OFFSIDE!! It looks like Sane is through on goal, but he's gone too early! Took the referee a while to blow up mind... One minute to go.
90: There will be THREE minutes of added time. Plenty of time, but it has been a huge effort from the Saints defence so far this half.
87: City may be champions, they may have 97 points, they may have scored 105 goals, but boy are they pushing for that winner.
The best Pep has achieved is 99 points with Barcelona, at this rate the draw would take them just one short of his own personal record.
84: Almost a scare at the back for City after Stones' hoof back to his keeper, but Bravo rushes back well before it could have gone over the line. A less agile keeper and there could have been problems...
82: Not only does Diaz come on for Silva, but now Foden is on to also make his fifth Premier League appearance. The English youngster replaces Gundogan.
Foden (born May 2000!!!) is the youngest ever player to pick up a Premier League medal.
80: A change for Southampton sees Bertrand head off for McQueen.
78: OFF THE LINE! Fernandinho to the rescue for City!
Ward-Prowse dinks it over the City defence for Tadic, who then toys with Bravo as he twists left then right. The Saints midfielder eventually shoots with Bravo nowhere to be seen, but there is Fernandinho to make a goal-line clearance.
76: Looks like Pep is sentimental after all, with Brahim Diaz set to come on and claim his fifth Premier League appearance, and with it the guarantee of a medal. Phil Foden will be hoping for the same, too.
74: HANDBALL? No says the referee, with Jesus protesting that the ball came off the arm of Hoedt inside the area. Would have been pretty harsh, and as football fans do, the hosts are mimicking City fans' cry of 'Handball!' with every touch.
72: Frantic pace to this game now. And it's the first caution of the game as Ward-Prowse cynically brings down Sterling, who desperately tried to stay on his feet with City on the break.
70: SAVE! Saints taking more chances as they look to finish their season with a flourish. Ward-Prowse meets a cross but his header is well saved by Bravo.
67: Three-quarters of the way through the game now and Southampton are just trying to keep City at bay. As I type that the Saints come forward, but Stones is there to clear a cross.
64: Now a change for Southampton, with Redmond heading off for Ward-Prowse. Wonder if Pep will have a word in his ear as he heads off...
Long also comes in, replacing Austin.
61: OFF THE POST! The ball falls kindly for Sterling but after he takes a touch his attempt is deflected onto the post...
SAVE! From the resulting corner, Stones' header is superbly tipped over by McCarthy.
City knocking on the door.
59: Time for a City change, and it's Delph heading off for Jesus. Clear sign of intent from Guardiola!
58: It could have been worse for Swansea, but Shaqiri has just seen his penalty saved. Still 2-1 to Stoke.
56: OVER! There's skying it, and then there's what Fernandinho has just done. 15 yards out, the ball falls to him on the volley, but his shank sees it almost go out of the stadium.
54: To reiterate my point, City have had 90 per cent possession in the second half after nine minutes. Records to be broken still, but Southampton are proving pretty stubborn!
53: Currently 21 players in the Southampton half - tells you all you need to know. Bravo may as well come forward at this rate.
51: All City. If they stay in this mood this half it's surely a matter of time. They keep crossing it in though, and Sane fouls Soares to hand Southampton some relief.
49: CLOSE! It's a quality cross from De Bruyne, but just about evades everybody as it bounces narrowly wide for a Southampton goal-kick.
48: Pep has certainly had a stern word at half-time. They're dominating the early exchanges, and now have a free-kick 30 yards out...
46: Brighter start to the half from City but Sane is penalised for a handball in the Southampton box.
SECOND HALF! Back under way at St Mary's!
HALF-TIME! So far, so good for Southampton. They appear to be heading towards Premier League safety, and have arguably been the better side here, having gone close when Hoedt hit the bar with a header.
City not quite at the races, but with 97 points in the bag and their status as champions confirmed weeks and weeks ago, it's no real surprise. You'd have thought the 100-point mark would entice them though, so perhaps we will see an improved City after the break...
43: JUST WIDE! That 10-goal swing seemed VERY unlikely at the start of the day, but you can't half sense that the tension has completely left St Mary's now. Around 25 yards out, Romeu tries his luck, and it's only a whisker high and wide of the top corner.
41: Crouch makes it 2-1 to Stoke at Swansea! Time to iron out those Premier League badges for next year, Saints fans...
39: Bit of a party atmosphere at St Mary's as we head towards half-time. Hopefully the shackles will come off after the break - it hasn't been the best of halves up to this point.
36: "We are staying up!" the Southampton fans chant for the first time this game. Confidence has grown considerably among the home supporters, and rightly so. The Swans need a Houdini-esque escape now.
HUGHES IN RELAXED MOOD
And rightly so given the scorelines...
32: Stoke make it 1-1 against Swansea at the Liberty! Follow that match HERE
31: A hairy moment for Southampton at the back as Yoshida's header loops over McCarthy from Sane's cross, but Silva can't quiet meet the loose ball and the Saints clear the danger.
29: City win a free-kick 25 yards out, but Sane fails to get it over the wall and it heads out for a throw-in to the visitors. Disappointing from the German.
27: It's all happening elsewhere. Kane has been on target. Salah has since scored with a record-breaking goal. All a bit quiet at St Mary's though...
25: Stones fouls Austin and the hosts have a chance to whip in a free-kick...
SIDE NETTING! The ball in from Tadic is headed onto Hoedt, but from a narrow angle he scuffs his strike narrowly wide of the near post.
IT'S NOT THAT BAD, PEP!
22: WIDE! Once again City play a corner short, but after the eventual cross is headed away, it falls to Danilo, who fancies his chances from 25 yards out - it bobbles well wide...
20: Not much going on in either final third at the moment. Can only imagine City players have the World Cup at the forefront of their minds, given the injuries which have ruled players out of Russia in the past few weeks. Dani Alves, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Koscielny to name but three...
17: As it stands, Southampton would still be safe by one point. A couple of City goals though could make for an edgy affair...
15: Goal to Swansea over at the Liberty! Click HERE to follow that match - just the nine-goal swing needed now...
13: Am no expert but not sure what the point is of crossing the ball in for Sterling. De Bruyne's ball is too high for the England international and McCarthy gathers gratefully.
Cue Sterling header to open the scoring in 3... 2... 1...
10: Sane wins a corner for City but after they opt to play it short, De Bruyne's cross bounces out for a goal kick. 10 minutes down - no goals. Music to Saints fans' ears.
9: OFF THE BAR! Saints earn a corner, and it's Hoedt who rises highest but his header crashes off the bar before Danilo clears it away.
Encouraging for the Saints.
7: Solid enough start for Southampton in truth. Not seeing too much of the ball but venturing forward at any opportunity.
SAVE! Positive from Stephens, who takes a risk in coming forward and forces a simple save from Bravo...
4: A glorious day down at St Mary's. The visitors are enjoying the majority of the ball in the early stages - no surprise there.
2: It's six years to the day since that 'Aguerrooooo' moment - a far more chilled affair for City this afternoon, though there are still records to be beaten, including the most away wins and points in a season. They're currently tied on 15 wins with Chelsea's 2004/05 team - who won 48 points on the road, City have 47 going into this match.
KICK-OFF! Right then - away we go. Ten-goal swing anyone?
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