A few months ago, Southampton were the best team in the Premier League, and now they’re playing for the first time in more than a year.
They lost 3-1 at West Brom, and will face Chelsea at St Mary’s tomorrow.
There are still doubts about how good Southampton’s season has been, but there are some good players still to pick up.
Let’s see how they did against the champions, who were in the top four last season.
Filipe Luis: Luis has played every minute of every game for Southampton so far this season.
He’s the first Brazilian to be a regular in the starting line-up.
John Stones: The midfielder started the game and played every second ball.
He made three crucial interceptions and was a constant menace in attack.
Sadio Mane: The former Chelsea midfielder is on a hot streak and has scored two goals in two games.
He has played all four games and has only conceded once.
Sadioli Impey: The young full-back started for the second time this season, and has started every game so far.
He scored the winner in the 3-0 victory over Swansea on Saturday.
Nathan Redmond: The youngster has played seven games, and is in the squad with the full-backs, as well as the full midfielders.
Jordon Ibe: The Uruguayan striker scored the only goal of the game, a lovely cross which came from a neat pass from the right wing-back.
Christian Benteke: The Brazilian was also a constant threat in attack and is one of the best defenders in the league.
Nathaniel Clyne: The Liverpool striker has been a constant thorn in the side of Southampton’s defence.
He was involved in four of their goals, including the winner.
Nabil Bentaleb: The Senegal international made his debut for the club in the 4-0 win over Watford, and played 90 minutes.
Adam Lallana: The Tottenham winger was on the bench for the home game against Chelsea but was again a constant force.
Matt Targett: The Black Cats defender made his first start since returning from suspension and has been crucial in keeping Southampton in the game.
Danny Ings: The Leicester City winger played 90 mins against Swansea and scored the opening goal.
Marcus Rashford: The West Ham striker is out injured for at least six weeks.
Alex Sandro: The centre-back has started six of Southampton´s eight games.
Sadie Williams: The Swansea midfielder played 90 in the 2-0 defeat to Crystal Palace.
Jordan Hugill: The Bristol City defender started in midfield against Watford and was on target.
Victor Wanyama: The Nigerian striker is back in the team after a lengthy loan spell at Manchester City.
Victor Anichebe: Anichebbe is the first player in Premier League history to score four goals in the same game.
Joe Gomez: The Stoke City midfielder played 60 minutes for the game against Arsenal, and also contributed a goal.
Nathaniel Adebayor: The Ghanaian defender started against West Ham but made only one start.
Christian Eriksen: The Ajax centre-half played in the opening 10 minutes for Southampton.
Luke Shaw: The England international has made three starts this season but has not started a single game.
Jonjo Shelvey: The Newcastle winger started in central defence against Watton and was impressive in the first half.
Kevin Mirallas: The Spurs striker has made only four appearances this season and only one starts.
Nathaniel Chalobah: The Southampton midfielder started against Manchester City, but has played in only six of their eight matches.
Nathan Ake: The Belgian has been out injured since November and is out for at most six weeks with a groin injury.
Luke Wilson: The striker has only played one game, and he was on a bad run with injury.
28. Nathan Aké: The central defender started for a second time against West Brom and scored a goal which set up a winner.
Yannick Bolasie: The Manchester City defender has played only one game this season after a season on the sidelines with a knee injury.
Nathaniel Ward: The City striker has played a total of nine games for the Saints this season having joined from Stoke City.
Jelavic: The Montenegro defender played 90mins for the 2