Saints came from behind to beat Leicester 2-1 at the King Power Stadium on Saturday.

Here are five things we learned from the game:

1. Saints have their redemption:

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Leicester humiliated Saints back in October when they handed out a 9-0 thrashing at St Mary’s – the club’s heaviest ever defeat.

Since that moment, a couple of results aside, Ralph Hasenhuttl’s side have played out of their skin to move eight points clear of the relegation zone.

And the fact the Foxes went ahead in yesterday’s encounter, only for Saints to peg them back, is a real testament to the character and confidence within the dressing room.

2. Danny Ings was at it again:

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Danny Ings may as well get his England tracksuit out of the wardrobe so it’s ready for March.

The striker took his Premier League tally to 14 for the season with a late winner at the King Power – and on another day he could have had a hat-trick.

He hit the bar twice and forced Kasper Schmeichel into a couple of excellent saves.

It’s 10 goals in as many starts now, and with Harry Kane out until April, it is looking impossible for Gareth Southgate to ignore what Ings is doing in a Saints shirt.

3. Cedric played out of his skin:

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The Portuguese international often comes in for criticism but he optimised everything Saints were about on Saturday.

He was solid at the back, looked a threat going forward and kept going until the final whistle.

4. VAR played its part:

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One penalty and three goals were chalked off in a frenetic 90 minutes for the video technology.

Leicester will feel hard done by after Jamie Vardy, Kelechi Iheanacho and Jonny Evans all had their finishes ruled out.

But Saints also had a reason to feel aggrieved when Shane Long’s penalty was overturned because he was marginally offside.

A chant of, ‘This isn’t football anymore’, echoed around the King Power Stadium at times.

5. Where will Saints’ run end?

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It’s five games without a defeat in the Premier League – and four of those have been wins.

The run of games against Chelsea, Crystal Palace, Tottenham and Leicester had people thinking the worst, but Saints have amassed nine points out of 12.

And with Wolves and another game against Palace to come, there’s no reason why they can’t continue this form until the end of January, before facing Liverpool on February 1.