Date: 22nd October 2019 at 8:00am
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Sometimes in football, it appears that one player is doing all the heavy lifting. And for Southampton, that seems to be the case with Danny Ings.

The former Liverpool striker has scored five goals in his previous four games in all competitions for Southampton as stats from Transfermarkt show, with the 27-year-old attacker helping Ralph Hasenhuttl’s side to a point away to Wolves in a game that will remain notable for the hosts two goals ruled out by VAR.

Although Ings good form continued, some Southampton fans on social media remained frustrated at the rest of the squad for not pulling their weight enough on the goal-scoring front, with the last Saints player to score a Premier League that wasn’t the number 9 being James Ward-Prowse well over a month ago against Bournemouth.

Here’s what some Saints fans had to say about the team’s overreliance on Ings scoring goals on Twitter…

Some fans, though, were more worried about Southampton’s results on the pitch rather than Ings impressive goal-scoring form…

The 1-1 draw was not enough for Southampton to escape 17th place in the Premier League table, with the Saints only above the relegation on goal difference.

 

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