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    Late Sala's teammate breaks eye glasses of fan for 1 remarkable reason his wife won't believe

    - Sol Bamba replies Cardiff City fan Noah Bushby on social media after Southampton's win

    - The 34-year-old scored his side opener with just about 20 minutes to the end of the match

    - Bamba ran towards the away fans to celebrate and broke one of the travelers glasses in the process

    Relegation threatened Cardiff City claimed their seventh Premier League victory when they thrashed Southampton 2-1 at St. Mary's Stadium on Sunday.

    A goal each from Sol Bamba and Kenneth Zohore ensured the visitors ran off with maximum points after the game.

    They are currently 16th on log with 25 points from 26 matches - just one point ahead of 18th Southampton on the table.

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    Meanwhile, Sol Bamba during his celebration broke the glasses of one of the club's fans as they took the lead just about 20 minutes to the end of the game.

    Noah Bushby, who is one of the Bluebirds supporters that traveled with the team took to his Twitter handle to say that: "Definitely worth breaking my glasses celebrating with @Sol14Bamba today #CityAsOne."

    And the 34-year-old immediately replied by saying: "Ahahah sorry for your glasses big man you hugged me harder than my wife ever did."

    After Sol Bamba's goal, Jack Stephens leveled parity for the Saints in the 90th minute and just at the last gasp, Zohore sealed the win for the visitors.

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    Bamba has now scored three goals and one assist after 25 appearances for the Bluebirds this campaign.

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    Meanwhile, Cardiff will hope to continue their run when they welcome Watford in their next match next weekend. earlier reported that two Southampton fans have been detained after making a gesture mocking departed Cardiff City star, Emiliano Sala.

    Cardiff signed Sala for a record fee during the January window transfer from Nantes but never got a chance to kick a ball with the Premier League side.

    The Argentine star was confirmed dead after a body pulled from his ill-fated plane was identified as his on Friday, February 8, by investigators. ( -> We have updated to serve you better.

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