Jan 11, 2017 at 7.45pm UK at ​St Mary's Stadium
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Nathan Redmond: 'I should have scored four against Liverpool'

Nathan Redmond leaps like a leopard during the Premier League game between Crystal Palace and Southampton on December 3, 2016
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Nathan Redmond claims that he will 'learn from his mistakes' after taking just one of his chances in Southampton's 1-0 win over Liverpool in the EFL Cup.

Southampton attacker Nathan Redmond has blamed himself for failing to give his side a more commanding lead ahead of the second-leg tie with Liverpool in the EFL Cup.

The 22-year-old tucked away in the 20th minute at St Mary's Stadium for the only goal of the game, ensuring that the Saints head to Merseyside in a fortnight's time sitting on a slender 1-0 advantage.

Redmond and his profligate teammates were unable to add to that scoreline against a poor Liverpool side, however, but the Englishman says that he will take solace from the fact they do at least have some sort of lead to protect.

"I should have scored four goals today," he told Sky Sports News. "I didn't realise how much time I had but I will learn from those mistakes. At least we won and we can take a lead to Anfield."

Southampton, who have not reached a major cup final in over a decade, face Burnley and Leicester City prior to the second leg at Anfield later this month.

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