Southampton boss, Ralph Hasenhüttl, was full of praise for his side after a 1-1 draw with Manchester United at home.
The Saints took the lead through Che Adams, but United got an equalizer ten minutes after halftime through Mason Greenwood.
The home side held on for a point, despite a late rally from United that could have yielded a winning goal.
“I am very happy I must say because we deserved to get something,” the Southampton manager said, per the club website.
“We had a fantastic first half and then changed everything in the second half, which is not so easy to do at half time.
“The first 15 minutes [after half-time] we were a little bit struggling, but then I’ve seen a team get adapted to it.
“The way we played the last 30 minutes was very good. We didn’t give them a lot of chances and had a few very good ones and could’ve won the game today, but in the end, overall it was a very good performance.
“I think we’ve shown that we can be the team that can take something and the first time at home to do it with the crowd is amazing.
“I cannot imagine more – yes, a win would’ve been fantastic – but we take the point and keep on going.”