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Saints - on this day in history, March 10
10:00am Sunday 10th March 2013 in Sport
Saints On This Day – March 10 1951: Notts County 2 Saints 2 Saints let the lead slip twice as they were held to a thrilling Second Division draw at Meadow Lane.
Saints went into the game having only collected three points from a possible 24.
Eddie Brown and Frank Dudley twice gave Saints the lead.
1956: Saints 1 Brentford 1 Defender John Page netted his only goal of the season, from a 20-yard free-kick, to rescue a point for the Saints at The Dell in a dull Division Three (South) game.
1962: Norwich 1 Saints 1 Gerry O’Brien scored his 28th and final league goal of the 1961-1962 campaign from the penalty spot as Saints recorded a point at Carrow Road.
It was left to season top goal scorer O’Brien to rescue a point in the 76th minute after the Canaries had taken the lead on the hour.
1973: Liverpool 3 Saints 2 Saints were left to rue a late goal from Kevin Keegan after an enthralling match at Anfield.
The hosts had earlier opened up a 2-0 lead with goals from Keegan and defender Larry Lloyd.
Mick Channon and Paul Gilchrist levelled before Keegan grabbed an 87th minute winner.
1982: Sunderland 2 Saints 0 Saints’ winless away run was extended to four matches as the Black Cats won with goals from Nick Pickering and current Glasgow Rangers manager Ally McCoist.
1990: Saints 2 Derby 1 Goalkeeper Ian Andrews made his Saints debut, replacing the injured Tim Flowers.
Two goals in three second half minutes propelled Saints to victory, Rod Wallace and Matt Le Tissier on target past ex-Saint Peter Shilton.
Derby did make it a frantic final ten minutes by reducing the deficit through Dean Saunders.
2007: Stoke 2 Saints 1 Saints surrendered a 1-0 lead at the Britannia Stadium given to them by Marek Saganowski. Jonathan Fortune and Lee Martin netted for the Potters.
2009: Saints 1 Derby 1 A Steve Davies goal seven minutes from time prevented Saints from grabbing what would have been a valuable three points in their eventually doomed fight against relegation from the Championship. Chris Perry had headed the Saints into the lead on the hour mark.
2012: Saints 2 Barnsley 0 Two goals from Adam Lallana, one in each half, extended Saints’ unbeaten run to seven games as they comfortably saw off the Tykes in a Championship outing.