Southampton ease past Yeovil Town 2-0 in the FA Cup thanks to goals from Guly do Prado and Sam Gallagher.
Southampton have run out 2-0 winners against Yeovil Town at St Mary's in the FA Cup.
Goals from Guly do Prado and Sam Gallagher were enough for Mauricio Pochettino's side to put their name in the hat for the next round.
The Saints were awarded a penalty kick on 23 minutes when Jos Hooiveld was pushed inside the area, minutes after Jay Rodriguez had earlier struck the bar.
Do Prado, who is one of six changes in the Saints' side, scored his first goal for over two years when he converted from the spot.
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Yeovil had a chance earlier in the game but James Hayter couldn't quite get on the end of Joe Ralls's in-swinging cross.
Adam Lallana went close on the half-hour mark when he flashed a left-footed effort just wide of the post, before Rodriguez was denied by Marek Stech shortly before the break.
Gallagher scored his first senior goal to double the lead on 70 minutes when he coolly converted after cutting inside a defender following Lallana's through-ball.
Steve Davis almost made it 3-0 with minutes remaining but his volley was stopped by Stech.
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