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Goal Was A Game-Changer, Says 'keeper


18:40 22nd December 2012

Kelvin Davis admitted Steven Fletcher's goal three minutes before the break in this afternoon's game against Sunderland proved to be a knockout blow.

The Scottish striker struck from close range after Saints had dominated the first period, and the home side could not recover from their half-time losing position.

"We were in control of the game for much of the first half, but the goal changed it," Davis told Saints Player after the game.

"We got in at half time thinking there was still something in the game for us, but credit to Sunderland – I thought they defended very well. 

"They put bodies on the line and, when you've given them something to hang onto, they are going to do that.

"We didn't quite get out of second gear," summarised the goalkeeper.

"We showed flashes and got ourselves into good positions, but we didn't have that finishing touch today. 

"The ball was dropping in and around the box for us, but there was no-one around to get their foot on it."

Click here to watch a full interview with Kelvin Davis on Saints Player

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