Soccer Bet: Lallana believes that Southampton should have won

Adam LallanaAfter drawing 1-1 on Saturday, Adam Lallana and many fans that enjoy making a soccer bet thought that Southampton deserved more than a point against Manchester City.

Price per head sportsbooks saw that at St. Mary’s Stadium, the free-scoring visitors appeared to be in an ominous mood as Sergio Aguero sent them into a 10th-minute lead, and many fans that follow the team and like to make a soccer bet believe that with half-an-hour played, the in-form striker should have added his season’s 19th goal.

But then, Mauricio Pochettino’s injury-ridden team drove City back with a very confident display that Pablo Daniel Osvaldo rewarded with a great equaliser just three minutes before the interval, and soccer betting fans were truly impressed.

Pay per head services saw that Lallana was at the middle of a lot of his team’s work, while Jay Rodriguez combined very nicely with Osvaldo throughout the game, but fans that enjoy making a soccer bet saw that none of the attacking trio could find the decisive contribution to give City a fifth loss this term on their travels.

“We’re delighted to get the point,” Lallana said.

“Obviously we would have liked to get the three and we thought we merited that with our performance, but it’s always going to be a tough match against Manchester City. They’re probably the favourites to win the title.”

Soccer betting fans and price per head sportsbooks believe that the performance made by Southampton was even more creditable considering that it came on the back of three consecutive losses.

“We’ve picked up a couple of indifferent results of late but that’s not through us not playing well,” Lallana said.

“Sometimes you just don’t get the rub of the green and luck will even itself out over the course of the season.

And many fans that enjoy making a soccer bet believe that he has a point.

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“We’re delighted to get another point on the board. We can move on now – we’ve got another tough game at Newcastle next week.”