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Cast-offs fit the bill for Southampton with all the goals in the week coming from Chelsea products 

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Cast-offs fit the bill for Southampton with all three goals in the week coming from Chelsea products as loanee Armando Broja and £5m man Tino Livramento star

  • Southampton drew 2-2 with Burnley  in the Premier league on Saturday
  • The Saints have managed to double their points tally in a week
  • Loan signing Armando Broja secured a first win of the season against Leeds
  • He and another Chelsea graduate Tino Livramento netted against Burnley


No doubt Chelsea debt collectors will be waiting at the gates of Stamford Bridge when Southampton roll into town on Tuesday night. They’re certainly entitled to some royalties for all these points their products are earning Ralph Hasenhuttl’s side.

Southampton have doubled their points tally in a week and each of their three goals was forged in Cobham.

Loan signing Armando Broja secured a first win of the season against Leeds and he netted again in this draw against Burnley after Tino Livramento — another Chelsea academy graduate, signed for £5million in the summer — cancelled out the first of Maxwel Cornet’s double with a header.

Armando Broja of Southampton celebrates after scoring their side's second against Burnley

Armando Broja of Southampton celebrates after scoring their side’s second against Burnley

Vitesse Arnhem was the preferred finishing school for Chelsea youngsters such as Broja but some like Livramento are leaving for good. The 18-year-old, who returns to Stamford Bridge in the Carabao Cup on Tuesday, made up some of the £90m-plus Chelsea raked in from homegrown talent over the summer.

Now clubs such as Southampton are seeing sense in this lesser-tapped market, too.

‘We should not be surprised (that players are leaving bigger clubs),’ Hasenhuttl said. ‘The only way for them can be to find a club where they get the chance to play in the Premier League.’ Livramento, who netted his first senior goal on Saturday, looks a real gem.

‘Tino made the move because he is convinced about what he is doing, and we were convinced that he was the right player for us,’ Hasenhuttl added.

Tino Livramento of Southampton celebrates scoring his sides first goal against Burnley

Tino Livramento of Southampton celebrates scoring his sides first goal against Burnley

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