A disappointing afternoon for the Stoke keeper, who will have felt that he could have done better for all of Southampton's goals.
Endured a poor afternoon which was punctuated by his own-goal, as he bundled Lambert's cut-back past Begovic and into his own net.
Shotton was no better than any of his defensive colleagues, but did look good from an attacking sense and created Stoke's equaliser.
The former England international came in to the side in place of Ryan Shawcross, and played a vital role, scoring Stoke's second goal which got them back into the game.
Struggled throughout and will have been annoyed at his role in the visitors' second goal, as he shanked a clearance onto the crossbar, before Rodriguez swept home.
An ineffective performance from the winger, who was replaced early in the second half.
Created very little from the right before eventually being substituted, and also failed to help out significantly in defence.
A disastrous day for the former Blackburn man, who was rightly shown a straight red card for a stamp on Jack Cork to cap a hugely disappointing performance.
Found himself overrun in midfield for much of the encounter, as Southampton attacked incisively and with pace.
Stoke's main creative outlet, another lively performance from the Republic of Ireland international.
Took his goal excellently and always looked like netting again whenever he got into a dangerous area.
Conceded three but could do little about any of them, and made a couple of saves in an attempt to keep his side in the lead.
The Portuguese endured a hard afternoon's work, and was fortunate not to give away a penalty for handball midway through the second half.
Struggled with the physical threat provided by the hosts, and saw Jones' effort bobble through his legs and into the back of the net.
Southampton's best defender, the Japanese international, who usually operates from the centre, delivered a commanding performance from right-back.
Struggled in the early stages but eventually settled and performed well, breaking forward often and creating a couple of chances.
Dominated the midfield for much of the game but faded as Stoke grew stronger in the second half.
An energetic performance from the midfielder, who did his best to get Southampton on the break when possible, tangled with Nzonzi which ultimately saw the French midfielder dismissed.
Always a threat down the right flank and delivered the cross for the Saints' third goal, scored by Stoke defender Wilkinson.
Could not have an easier goal in his career, scoring from roughly two yards out, but it was well deserved for a lively performance.
An excellent display from the striker, took his goal with aplomb and was integral in the build-up play for Southampton's second.
Helped Stoke gain control of the midfield after coming on in the second half.
His direct physical approach caused Southampton all sorts of problems and it was his unbelievable volley that earned a point for the home side.
Had little opportunity to get his name on the score sheet but it was his header that allowed Jerome to produce a spectacular late equaliser.