Everton's Sigurdsson: Southampton loss hard to take

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Southampton have safely drifted themselves away from the relegation zone, for now, following a satisfying three points picked up on Sunday against a downbeat Everton under the guidance of interim manager David Unsworth.

Sigurdsson cancelled out Dusan Tadic's opener to give Everton hope of a rare positive result, only for a brace of Charlie Austin headers and a late Steven Davis strike to seal a comfortable win for Saints.

Unsworth's run as caretaker boss has seen Everton win one of his seven games at the helm and he believes further investment may be required to turn things around.

"If it needs players who are injured to come back or January to come and go and get new players, something has to change", Unsworth told Sky Sports News.

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"This group of players is underperforming, whether it is Ronald (Koeman) in charge or me in charge it isn't working".

"I made a decision to choose another 11, I decided other team-mates were better for those games or occasions", said the Argentinean when asked about Austin's absence.

Everton' season is seemingly going from bad to worse, with two more players being ruled out of the relegation battle against West Ham United on Wednesday.

"We are in a tough moment. It is a massive week for the club".

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The goal did little to settle a nervous-looking Everton and they were soon behind again as Austin, making his first league start of the season, headed home in the 52nd minute before getting on the end of a left-wing cross to make it 3-1 six minutes later.

He later added in his press conference: "I decided to choose another XI, I decided other team-mates were better for those games or occasions".

Finishing his pre-match comments, the manager knows the struggles the club has had to go through in the last decade, including having to play in in the third-tier of English Football, but is happy the dedicated supporters are being awarded, "Always from beginning I felt people got behind us and I have to be really pleased with our fans".

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