Sep 23, 2014 at 7.45pm UK at ​Emirates Stadium
Arsenal
1-2
Southampton
Sanchez (14')
Rosicky (88'), Wilshere (92')
FT(HT: 1-2)
Tadic (20' pen.), Clyne (40')
Wanyama (26'), Forster (92'), Pelle (93')

Ronald Koeman: League Cup win over Arsenal "means a lot"

Feyenoord Manager, Ronald Koeman thanks the fans after victory in the Eredivisie match between Feyenoord and VVV Venlo at De Kuip on April 5, 2013
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Southampton manager Ronald Koeman suggests that the Capital One Cup third-round victory at Arsenal is the most significant of the club's five consecutive wins.

Ronald Koeman has indicated that Southampton's Capital One Cup third-round victory at Arsenal is the most significant in their run of five consecutive wins.

A Dusan Tadic penalty and Nathaniel Clyne's long-range strike saw the Saints come from behind to win 2-1 at the Emirates Stadium and continue their promising start to the season under their new manager.

"I'm very proud, because winning away against Arsenal, that means a lot," Koeman told reporters. "Everybody spoke about the changes of the Arsenal team. I think they made some changes but they took it very seriously.

"I think the game was on a very high level, with high tempo, and I enjoyed it. I enjoyed tonight, not only for the result finally, but the way we played.

"We tried to press and tried to play attractive, offensive, and that's not easy, because they have a great team, great players."

Southampton are currently second in the Premier League table, having collected 10 points from five games.

Southampton's English defender Nathaniel Clyne (R) shoots to score their second goal during the English League Cup third round football match against Arsenal on September 23, 2014
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