Kenneth Zohore’s 93rd-minute winner was the right tribute to Sala, whose physique was recovered from a aircraft within the English Channel on Thursday
Neil Warnock praised his Cardiff gamers for paying tribute to the late Emiliano Sala with a vital 2-1 win at relegation rivals Southampton.
On the finish of the week during which the club-record signing’s physique was recovered from the crashed aircraft that had been taking him to Cardiff, the Bluebirds secured back-to-back top-flight victories with a 2-1 victory thanks to Kenneth Zohore’s 93rd-minute winner.
Southampton had equalised simply two minutes earlier by way of Jack Stephens, who cancelled out Sol Bamba’s opener, however the Welsh membership’s never-say-die angle lifted them out of the relegation zone.
Cardiff boss Warnock stated: “We may simply have folded, however we had been decided.
“We’re restricted, however you’ll be able to’t query their character and what they’ve obtained beneath their shirts, as a result of they’ve baggage of coronary heart.
“We’ve gained two on the trot but it surely must be three; we must always have overwhelmed Arsenal. That was the primary recreation for the reason that tragedy; the three video games since we’ve been excellent.
“Emiliano was a superb lad, and it’s applicable we got here down with our black armbands on and put in a efficiency like that.
“We may have put that ball within the nook from the free-kick, but it surely’s ‘We’ve obtained to place it within the field and have a go’. The subsequent few video games are all winnable.
“All three subs had been good. Ken’s (Zohore) again to himself; his eyes are vibrant. Victor’s (Camarasa) made the aim, and (current signing Leandro) Bacuna fitted in as if he’s been there his complete life.”
After the sport, the Saints confirmed two fans had been detained by police for making sick gestures towards the visiting supporters.
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The yobs had been caught on digital camera spreading their arms and making aircraft gestures. Stewards eventaully stopped them and Hampshire Police took the duo’s particulars.
An announcement from the Saints stated: “Southampton Soccer Membership can verify that two followers had been detained and had their particulars taken by police throughout our match in opposition to Cardiff Metropolis on Saturday.
“The membership will proceed to work with Hampshire Police to determine any people deemed to have made indecent gestures in the direction of Cardiff supporters.
“Such behaviour has no place in our recreation and won’t be tolerated at St Mary’s.
“The membership will probably be taking a particularly agency stance in opposition to anybody concerned and intends to ban these supporters recognized.”