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Southampton manager Ralph Hasenhuttl was in joyful spirit as his team got a surprise 2-0 victory against Chelsea, and the Austrian went into full dance mode outside his technical area when the Saints scored their first goal through Michael Obafemi.
Speaking to the media after the game, he was told he had danced his way onto the pitch, he then apologised for the action and not his passion that was displayed.
Hasenhuttl’s reply was: “Did I? Sorry for that; sorry for leaving the coaching zone.
“But I was so happy, it was a fantastic goal for Michael. Not only the goal, but he was there to help the team. That’s the best Michael we can imagine.
“I think for us all it was a fantastic day because we have to play again in two days. So if you go out here and take three points it gives you a mental lift. Now the players will not be that tired. We’ve bounced back to our philosophy, in how to be brave and how to defend as a team.
“It’s about showing more responsibility for each player; being much more committed and much more aggressive.”