News. Loan Watch: Fraser's late show seals Saints win

06 Nov 23

A round-up of the weekend's action involving the Magpies' loanees

Ryan Fraser

Scotland winger Fraser is beginning to make a habit of decisive late interventions for Southampton, and his latest came on Saturday at the Den. With his side locked at 0-0 against Millwall, the 29-year-old entered the fray for the final quarter of an hour and popped up on cue in injury time, finding space in the six-yard box to poke home former Magpie Adam Armstrong's pass from close range in front of the travelling supporters to earn the Saints victory.

That was Fraser's second goal in his last four games, with the other - a last-gasp winner at Hull City last month - also coming after he was brought off the bench late on.

Isaac Hayden

Hayden's promising start in the Belgian top flight continued as he started again for Standard Liège, playing 68 minutes against Mechelen. His side were leading when he was withdrawn, but ended up being pegged back in the closing minutes, drawing 1-1.

Garang Kuol

Kuol's FC Volendam faced NEC Nijmegen in the Eredivisie at the weekend, but the Australian youngster didn't make it off the bench in the eventual 3-3 draw.

Yankuba Minteh

The injured Minteh missed out on Feyenoord's 2-1 win at RKC Waalwijk in the Dutch top flight.

Harrison Ashby

The full back started against Sunderland and impressed, but his Swansea City side - who played the majority of the contest with ten men after Charlie Patino's first half red card - were held to a goalless draw.

Jeff Hendrick

Hendrick wasn't part of the Sheffield Wednesday squad that suffered another defeat in the second tier - this time 1-0 at Bristol City.

Jamal Lewis

Another 0-0 for a Newcastle loanee, this time for Lewis in Watford's goalless draw at Huddersfield Town. The Northern Ireland international played the full 90 minutes.

Max Thompson

The teenage goalkeeper was restored to the Northampton Town side for their FA Cup clash with Barrow, but the League One side were beaten 3-1 by Pete Wild's men, who are a division below them.

Kell Watts

There was no place in the Wigan Athletic squad for centre back Watts, as the Latics were knocked out of the FA Cup after losing 2-0 at Exeter City.

Matty Bondswell

The full back got 90 minutes under his belt for Newport County as they progressed to the second round of the FA Cup with a 2-0 win over National League side Oldham Athletic on Saturday.

Joe White

White started for Crewe Alexandra as they earned a creditable 2-2 FA Cup first round draw with Derby County on Sunday, with the Carlisle-born midfielder playing the majority of the game before being replaced with eight minutes left.

Cameron Ferguson

Centre forward Ferguson was brought on for the final 20 minutes of Forfar Athletic's Scottish League Two clash with Stenhousemuir, but couldn't prevent his side from suffering a 3-1 home defeat.

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