Southampton finally bounce back from Manchester United thrashing with dominant display over Wolves to advance to FA Cup quarter-finals

Danny Ings sent Southampton into the FA Cup quarter-finals at the expense of Wolverhamtpon Wanderers, but was robbed of the chance to celebrate his goal in a 2-0 win.
The England international raced onto a through ball from Ryan Bertrand to prod the ball past John Ruddy at the second time of asking.
Danny Ings’ celebrations were muted after his goal was incorrectly ruled out at firstGetty Images – Getty
However, the linesman initially ruled the goal out for offside, with Ings and his Southampton teammates dropping back into formation to await Ruddy’s restart.
But the intervention from VAR proved the 28-year-old had timed his run to perfection and the goal was allowed to stand – even though you could not have told from his muted celebrations.
The Saints secured their passage into the FA Cup quarter-finals when Nathan Tella pounced on a defensive mix up between Ruddy and Leander Dendoncker and found Stuart Armstrong, who finished superbly.
Wolves lacked any sort of cutting edge and had to wait until the 74th minute for their first attempt on target, with the loss of Raul Jimenez continuing to hamper Nuno Espirito Santo.
Ings tried to slide the ball past John Ruddy, but had to settle for a deflection off his kneeGetty Images – Getty
Stuart Armstrong secured the win for the Saints at the deathGetty Images – Getty
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