Looked to be doing well in the first half but had a howler just before half-time. Got the size and positioning of his wall all wrong, and let the free kick from Snodgrass slip underneath him. Distribution was a bit lacking in the second half. Made a decent stop from Holt's header in the second half.
Defended solidly against Holt, though didn't always get things his own way. Had a chance early in the second half but miscued his volley and ended up hitting it more backwards than towards goal. Took a blighter to the face right near full-time but somehow recovered.
Made an important interception early in the game. Kept it simple and got the ball clear.
Got forward well and, though he sometimes gave Pilkington too much space in the first half, he wasn't made to pay. Almost set up a second for the hosts straight after half-time and was a threat throughout.
Has slotted comfortably into the back four and, in stopping a counter from Snodgrass, showed a sense of calm sometimes lacking in defenders twice his age. Blocked most of the crosses from his wing and was rarely found wanting. Made a great intervention with half an hour to play, denying Snodgrass another goal. Gave Holt a shove in the back and got away with it, much to the pleasure of the home fans. Was subbed late after picking up an injury in another good challenge.
An inventive player, constantly finding avenues of opportunity for his teammates. His deliveries often found a red shirt. Forced Bennett to bring him down for a yellow card as he rampaged towards goal. Almost worked an opening on many occasions with a deft touch.
A quieter night than he has had recently but was still a danger and gave Garrido plenty to think about. Gave away the free kick for the goal but, in his defence, it was a dangerous situation.
You can see why those on the south coast have been calling for the captain to make an appearance for England. Linked up very nicely with Lambert, crashing a volley just over. Whipped in a nice delivery for the opening goal, got back and made timely interceptions. Faded slightly towards the end.
Spread the play pretty nicely and also got forward to support the attack. Used the ball intelligently.
Not the greatest of games from the midfielder. Lost the ball at times and went down very softly under minimal contact from Tettey.
A suspicion of handball in his goal but was in the right place at the right time to prod home. Held the ball up well and found teammates with a surprisingly varied range of passing.
Came out and made a flying punch from a corner early in the game. Could do nothing about Lambert's opener from close range. His long kicking is evidently a strength but occasionally engaged in some passing with opposite No.1 Gazzaniga.
Made a vital block early in the second half. Booked for a cynical trip on Ramirez with 15 minutes to go but, by and large, was very solid.
Solid game from the centre-back again. Dealt well with Ramirez on the occasions when the Uruguayan got past Tettey.
Struggled against Puncheon but just about got the better of him, mainly in the second half. His first 45 minutes were slightly dodgy, with the Clyne getting forward well.
Struggled up against Lallana and almost saw a goal come when he failed to track the Saints captain but saw the volley fly over. Improved in the second half, though.
Had an effort early but his drive was straight at Gazzaniga. Gave away a needless free kick that led to the opener but made up for it with the equaliser just before half-time.
Had three good opportunities to whip in crosses in the opening 20 minutes but overhit them all. Was pretty quiet after that, with Southampton dominating the rest of the first half, but showed some good touches late in the second period.
A pretty quiet game for the former Leeds man. Did well in shielding his defence for the most part up against a technical trio of Lallana, Puncheon and Ramirez.
Lively when he got on the ball, sending in a cross that had the hosts worrying. Laid off some good passes for overlapping runs. Kept the ball well when Norwich needed it as well. Brought the ball out from the back brilliantly.
Shackled Ramirez well in the first half and started some good counters for the visitors. Very impressive performance and, alongside Hoolahan, one of the most effective attackers despite his anchoring role.
Lost flight of the ball for Southampton's opener as it hit him and bounced to Lambert. As competent at hold-up play as you are likely to see but was sometimes guilty of over-thinking, trying to lay a dummy for Snodgrass and allowing an interception. A man who always divides opinions but did not really see his best against Adkins' side.