Away games are not an easy thing to crack but on Saturday against Southampton, from a statistical point of view, we had ten efforts on target - which is quite a lot away from home.
We dominated possession in the second period while in the first half we were never at it and I thought we were very average. They kept turning us by playing that ball beyond us and it was a tactic they used clearly to allow Phillips and Beattie to run free - and that is why they got caught offside so many times.
We held a good line at the back, there is no question about that and we just needed more controlled play when we got the ball. Redknapp gave us that after half-time, while Defoe must have had about eight chances in the whole game.
Niemi was splendid and the bottom line is we couldn't force a goal - and that is disappointing. It was a case of deja-vu with a few games, like Blackburn, Fulham and Middlesbrough, where we had lots of play and didn't get the goals.