Southampton suffered a 3-0 loss to Leeds on Tuesday with the Saints eight games without a win.
Patrick Bamford, Stuart Dallas and Raphinha all scored for Marcelo Bielsa’s side to give them all three points at Elland Road.
But it was Oriol Romeu who produced one of the game’s most memorable moments with his superb tackle in the first half.
Leeds striker Raphinha broke through with five minutes to go and looked certain to get at least one shot against Saints goalkeeper Alex McCarthy.
Romeu caught up on some serious ground and managed to time his slipped tackle to perfection to win the ball and deny an almost certain goal.
“Raphinha was about to pull the trigger and he produced, I’ll say it, Neil Redfearn, one of the greatest tackles of all time,” said talkSPORT 2 commentator Mark Wilson.
Former Leeds manager Redfearn added: “Incredible to be fair and he’s the only one who hasn’t given up on the ghost. There are red shirts chasing him, but he leaves with the determination to win the ball.
“I don’t think he touches Raphinha you know. I don’t know if he’s just embarrassed not to have put the ball in the net.
The 3-0 score did not reflect the true story of the game with action on both ends as Southampton’s chance continued to be lost.
The Saints had a penalty overturned by VAR after Nathan Tella fell into the box with referee Andre Marriner heading for the screen to reverse his decision.
There was also a bizarre incident where Che Adams had the ball in the back of the net on a quick free kick but Marriner felt he was caught just before he whistled.
Redfern said: “It’s a little embarrassing for André Marriner, to be honest, to play the ball at the whistle. You would react like that. The Leeds defenders do not react but Che Adams reacts, goes directly over and puts him in the net.
Stuart Dallas doubled Leeds’ lead in the 78th minute before Raphinha scored straight from a free kick to win all points for Marcelo Bielsa’s side.