Saints fought back from a goal down to draw 1-1 with Manchester United yesterday, despite having Kevin Danso sent off.

Defender Jannik Vestergaard's 58th minute header cancelled out Daniel James' first half goal.

Here are five things we learned from the game:

1. Vestergaard to the rescue:

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Not only did the towering centre-half earn a point for Ralph Hasenhuttl's side, but there is also an argument for him having his best match in a Saints shirt.

He managed to keep Marcus Rashford quiet throughout the 90 minutes and was also a presence in the air.

His performance couldn't have been more different to the way he played on the opening day of the season at Burnley, which shows his mental strength.

2. Saints look light at left-back:

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With Matt Targett being sold to Aston Villa in the summer, Hasenhuttl put his faith in Ryan Bertrand.

However, he has missed all three games this week after injuring his ankle before the Brighton match.

Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg had to play in defence at Fulham, despite the Saints boss previously talking up Jake Vokins as an alternative to Bertrand.

3. Che's wait goes on:

Daily Echo: Che Adams in action against Man UtdChe Adams in action against Man Utd

It will surely only be a matter of time before Che Adams nets his first goal in the Premier League.

The striker has had good chances in all of the matches he's played but is yet to convert one of them.

Adams had another opportunity from inside the box against United but sent his strike over the bar from a narrowing angle.

There shouldn't be any cause for concern just yet as at least he is getting himself into the right places.

It would be more worrying if he wasn't having any attempts on goal.

4. Danso will learn from his sending off:

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The Saints defender could have cost his side the game with his second yellow card.

He was booked in the first half which meant he was going to be up against it for the remainder of the match.

Danso's shown his capability to play in Saints' defence but he also picked up early cautions at Brighton and Fulham early on which leaves him walking on a tightrope.

5. Saints head into the international break unbeaten in three:

Daily Echo: Ralph Hasenhuttl at the end of Saturday's match at St Mary'sRalph Hasenhuttl at the end of Saturday's match at St Mary's

After the two defeats against Burnley and Liverpool, Saints responded by beating Brighton and Fulham and drawing with Manchester United.

There's a case to be made that they deserved more from the Liverpool match, but Hasenhuttl will be somewhat satisfied with how they've bounced back.

The international break will give the players not joining up with their national side to recover and get ready for the trip to Sheffield United.