Nathan Redmond
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Midfielder
Nathan Redmond
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2019/20 Key Performance Stats Last updated 13 Nov 2019
Games Played
13
Minutes played
996
Games Started
11
Goals
2
Goals
2
Assists
1
Chances
created
12
Pass Completion
74%
Passes
completed
242
Total
passes
327
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Nathan Redmond Saints History

Last updated 13 Nov 2019
Total matches
137
Emirates FA Cup
9
Carabao Cup
12
Premier League
116
Goals
20
Seasons
5
Saints debut
13 Aug 2016
Watford
Southampton FC

Southampton FC

Season Appearances Emirates FA Cup Carabao Cup Premier League Goals
2019/20 13 0 3 10 2
2018/2019 43 2 3 38 9
2017/2018 36 4 1 31 1
2016/2017 45 3 5 37 8

Nathan Redmond Season Stats

League Only
Last updated 13 Nov 2019

General

Games Played
10
13
Minutes played
880
996
Games Started
10
11
Subs on/off
0
2/4

Attack

Goals
1
2
Total shots
15
20
Shots on target
5
7
Mins per goal
880
498
Conversion rate
6%
10%
Inside box
1
1
Outside
box
0
1
Set
pieces
0
0
Header
0
0
Other
0
0
Left foot
0
0
Right foot
1
2

Distribution

Passes Completed
218 / 295
242 / 327
Crosses completed
/ 10
/ 10
Assists
0
1
Chances created
10
12

Defence

Clearances
0
0
Blocks
0
0
Interceptions
3
3
Tackles won
/ 11
/ 12
Duels won
52 / 120
54 / 126
Aerial duels won
/ 31
/ 31

Discipline

Fouls awarded
9
9
Fouls conceded
7
7
Yellow cards
0
0
Red cards
0
0

Nathan Redmond Biography

Last updated 04 Nov 2019
Nationality
English
Age
25
Height
173 cm
Weight
69 kg
Saints debut
13 Aug 2016

Former clubs: Birmingham City, Norwich City

Early years

It was in August 2010 that he came to prominence, making his debut for Birmingham in a League Cup tie against Rochdale, when he was aged only 16 years and 173 days.

Redmond’s emergence was no surprise to those at St Andrews, though, who had witnessed his talent since he joined their academy set-up at the age of eight.

His league debut arrived at the start of the 2011/12 Championship season, when he also featured in Birmingham’s Europa League campaign, with the team having qualified as a result of winning the League Cup the season before.

Key man for the Blues

Redmond’s first goal in fact arrived in a 3-0 win over Portuguese club Nacional in a Europa League tie at St Andrews on 25th August 2011.

By the end of that campaign, he had helped Birmingham reach the Championship play-offs, although Blues would be edged out by Blackpool in the semi-final.

By now, Redmond was an integral part of Birmingham’s team and was also moving through the ranks at international level.

Becoming a Canary

The summer of 2013 was a big one for him, as he featured in the Under-21 European Championship, before Norwich paid £3.2m to bring him to Carrow Road.

Unfortunately for Redmond and Norwich, they would be relegated from the Premier League at the end of that campaign, but they bounced back at the first attempt, with Redmond scoring the second goal in their 2-0 play-off final win against Middlesbrough, at Wembley, in May 2015.

Redmond would again feature for England at the Under-21 European Championship last summer, before impressing once more during the 2015/16 Premier League season.

Redmond provided six goals and three assists during the campaign, although his good form was not enough to prevent Alex Neil’s team from dropping back into the Championship.

Sealing a move to Saints

His Premier League return came quickly, as he joined Southampton in the summer of 2016.

Redmond made an immediate impact, netting a goal on his debut in a 1-1 draw with Watford at St Mary's.

His opening campaign was certainly as busy one; Redmond played 50 times for Saints across all competitions, scoring eight goals with seven of these coming in the Premier League.

A brace at Watford in at 4-3 win at Watford in March alongside a goal which earned Southampton a draw at Manchester City proving the picks of the bunch during 2016/17.

Settling into the South Coast

An impressive start to his Saints career meant that he received a call up to the England squad in March 2017, before going on to make his debut in a friendly against Germany.

This call up preceded arguably Redmond’s most successful season to date on the south coast during 2018/19.

His contribution to the club’s survival in the Premier League saw him receive the Fans’ and Players’ Player of the year award; his was then rewarded with a four-year deal ahead of the 2019/20 season.