Ghanaian duo Mohammed Salisu and Kamaldeen Sulemana, climbed off the bench to help Southampton clinch a 3-3 stalemate against Tottenham on Saturday.
Tottenham threw away a two-goal lead at bottom side Southampton as James Ward-Prowse’s stoppage-time penalty rescued a 3-3 draw that saw Spurs miss the chance to move third.
Defender Mohammed Salisu was introduced in the game in the 8th minute to replace the injured Bella-Kotchap with Kamaldeen Sulemana coming on for Mohamed Elyounoussi in the 70th minute mark of the match.
Porro Porro was picked out in acres of space by Son Heung-min and took a touch before hammering an effort home via the crossbar from just outside the six-yard box to give Spurs the lead.
Romeo Lavia released Walcott down the right, with Clement Lenglet and Perisic unable to keep up with the Saints attacker, who crossed for Che Adams to restore parity off the post from close range.
Harry Kane discovered his clinical edge to propel Spurs back into the lead after 65 minutes. Ivan Perisic’s 74th-minute half-volley from the edge of the box bounced off the surface before nestling into the far corner to make it 3-1.
Theo Walcott scored Southampton’s second goal in the 77th minute and James Ward-Prowse made it 3-3 from the penalty spot in added time.