Top Instagram posts of 2017/18

By SFC Media time Mon 28 May Men's First team
Photo by Matt Watson

A difficult campaign, but we've picked ten of our favourite posts from Southampton's Instagram account during the 2017/18 season.

At ten, we kick off our countdown with this Charlie Austin goal celebration at AFC Bournemouth!

Dušan Tadić’s celebrations against Chelsea comes in at number nine. Look at that passion!

It was a huge clash when Saints met AFC Bournemouth, which was reflected in the celebrations at full-time! Relive it at number eight.

The support throughout the campaign helped get the club over the line is the survival fight and we wanted to dedicate Manchester City programme cover to you. The artwork makes it in at number seven.

The arrival of Mark Hughes was instrumental in helping Saints to survive. This shot, at number six. upon arrival was one of our most liked posts.

Painful for Jack Stephens, but this celebration of Pierre-Emile Højbjerg’s first goal for Southampton in the 2-0 win over Wigan is in at number five.

That moment! Manolo Gabbiadini wheels away to celebrate after his winner at Swansea. It’s number four!

At three, we have this video from the Saints fans backing the lads against Swansea. We were all this lady at the front!

Stronger together! There were some incredible shots from our success in south Wales. This carousel on full-time was our second most liked posts of the season.

Number one! A picture speaks a thousand words. We couldn’t have done it without you…

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