The 22-year-old was unfortunately on the leaderboard in the friendly match with Swansea City on Saturday
Ghanaian defender Mohammed Salisu unfortunately shot into his own net when Southampton handed Swansea City a 3-1 defeat in a pre-season match on Saturday.
The midfielder mistakenly transferred Liam Cullen’s cross into his own net to give the Jack Army the lead in the 15th minute.
However, goals from Nathan Tella, Nathan Redmond and Stuart Armstrong turned things around for The Saints.
“I think it was a good game, and we scored three good goals,” he said. ‘It’s a shame we conceded one. It was a mistake by Sali [Salisu], but good, ”Southampton boss Ralph Hasenhuttl said after the game, as reported by his club Official Website.
‘We’re in the preseason and I have to say we’m physically in good shape. The last freshness was not there, but overall it was a good show.
‘We’ve dropped the speed a bit in the last 30 minutes. We had some good chances, yes, but I hope we can find the next gear and push a little more.
“It was not enough for me, but after the week they worked hard, and yesterday we did not really respect the game today, because we still worked hard, so that’s good.”
Salisu drew for 60 minutes.
At the time of his replacement, The Saints had already found a way back in the game when they took a 3-1 lead.
“I think it was really good,” said Southampton full-back Kyle Walker-Peters. noticed.
‘We worked on some new tactics during the training, and I think today we really showed that we are getting used to it and started working on more than one team in the tactics, so it was a positive result.
“It’s a wonderful feeling. You want to create the winning environment, and that’s what we’re doing here, as long as it can continue.
‘We worked to keep sheets clean, which is very important as a defender like me. We were happy to get the clean sheet in the last game. Today was a little unlucky for Sali [Salisu], but we’ll make it slip! ”
Southampton will face Spanish side Levante and Athletic Bilbao on August 4 and 7, respectively, ahead of the start of the new Premier League season, which will be Ghanaian’s second for The Saints following his move from La Liga to Real Valladolid last summer.