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Antonio triumphs at Wembley

On loan Royals winger Michael Antonio has been on loan at Southampton and played a key part in the Saints run to the final of the football league trophy.


He clearly saved his best for Wembley though and he scored once and had a hand in the other three goals in the 4-1 victory.


His goal was an unstoppable long range effort for the fourth goal and before that he had already won a penalty, set up the second goal with a long throw and saw his shot blocked only for the rebound to be finished off for the third goal.


Former Royals Dan Harding played at right back for the Saints whilst Matt Mills younger brother Joseph was at left back.





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Writer: Steve Guscott  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday March 30 2010

Time: 10:00AM

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Was a great performance from the young lad, sure he will be back with us next season
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