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There were several draws today as teams from the south kicked off their football season.
Saints beat West Ham 3-1, winning their first Premier League game under their new manager Ronald Koeman.
Brighton were not so lucky, as they finished with a 2-2 draw against Charlton.
Reading won 1-0 when they played at Middlesborough and Swindon drew 1-1 with Coventry at home.
Bournemouth took on Norwich and drew 1-1 while Crawley lost 2-1 to MK Dons.
Morgan Schneiderlin scored twice to ensure Southampton won their first Barclays Premier League game with new manager Ronald Koeman.
Saints beat West Ham 3-1 at Upton Park and they started brightly as Pelle and Shane Long, a £12million signing from Hull, stretched the Hammers' defence.
Graziano Pelle, signed for £8million from Koeman's old club Feyenoord, wrapped things up with seven minutes left.
That sparked a rush to the exits for the home fans, following a second home defeat in the space of a week for manager Sam Allardyce whose team were knocked out of the Capital One Cup on penalties by Sky Bet League One side Sheffield United.
Now former Southampton defender Francis Benali is one week into his 'Big Run' which sees him running to every Premier League ground in the country.
The challenge, which aims to raise more than one million pounds for Cancer Research means he has to complete around 50 miles every day for three weeks.
Yesterday he arrived at Burnley from where he spoke to us about what had been a difficult day.
For more information on the run and how to donate click here
Mixed fortunes for the South's football teams in the Capital One Cup second round. Here are the final scores:
Bournemouth 3 Northampton 0
Millwall 0 Southampton 2
Norwich 3 Crawley 1
Swindon 2 Brighton 4
Scunthorpe 0 Reading 1
West Brom 1 Oxford1 (West Brom wins 7-6 on penalties)
Gillingham 0 Newcastle 1
Bournemouth, Southampton, Brighton and Reading celebrate being through to the next round
Even thick rain clouds could not prevent HMS Iron Duke displaying the gold of the Web Ellis Trophy on her deck as she arrived in the South African city for a short visit. The Web Ellis Trophy is currently on a world tour to promote the Rugby World Cup, while Portsmouth based Iron Duke is currently deployed on Atlantic Patrol Tasking with both arriving in Cape Town at the same time.
British High Commissioner to South Africa, Judith Macgregor, said: “I am delighted to welcome the Webb Ellis Cup to South Africa, a country with a rich rugby heritage. The trophy has a particular resonance in South Africa and particularlyJohannesburg, where South Africa won Rugby World Cup at Ellis Park in 1995. I look forward to watching South Africa in action 20 years later at Rugby World Cup 2015 in England.”
Former Southampton footballer Francis Benali has completed the first leg of his 1,000-mile journey to every Premier League ground.
The 45-year-old began 'Benali's Big Run' at St James' Park in Newcastle, before making his way to the Stadium of Light in Sunderland. He arrived on Wearside at around 10:45am.
Benali is now expected to arrive at the KC Stadium in Hull on Tuesday.
Former Southampton defender Francis Benali arrived at the Stadium of Light in Sunderland on his charity run earlier.
The 45-year-old is aiming to raise around £1 million for cancer research by running in between every Premier League ground.
Newcastle United legend Alan Shearer has backed Francis Benali to complete his 1,000-mile run to every Premier League ground.
Shearer was at St James' Park in Newcastle this morning to support his former Southampton teammate.
Benali is hoping to raise around £1 million for cancer research from his three-week challenge.
Former Southampton defender Francis Benali has set off on his charity run between every Premier League ground.
The 45-year-old will spend the next three weeks completing the 1,000-mile challenge, with the aim of raising around £1 million for cancer research.
Benali spoke with ITV News before setting off from St James' Park in Newcastle this morning.
Former Southampton defender Francis Benali has set off on his 1,000-mile charity run to every Premier League ground.
The 45-year-old left St James' Park in Newcastle this morning. Alan Shearer was among the group of people that saw him off.