Roy Hodgson raised more than a few eyebrows with one particular half-time move.
First, before the match, he fell under a bit of criticism for opting to start centre-back Phil Jones at right-back over in-form Southampton right-back Nathaniel Clyne.
Then at half-time, when he again opted to leave Clyne on the bench when Jones was substituted off, Hodgson's move was not well received.
Especially when it was midfielder Jordan Henderson moved to right-back as Adam Lallana moved into the midfield.
Fully fit Clyne on the bench. Jones gets injured. Henderson to RB. pic.twitter.com/srLu61UDMS— Dolbz (@jackdolbyyy) June 14, 2015
Henderson slipping in at right-back ahead of Clyne, the player Liverpool want to play right-back at Anfield next season. Odd. Very odd.— Phil McNulty (@philmcnulty) June 14, 2015
Why is Jordan Henderson playing right-back?!— Jack Lusby (@jacklusby_) June 14, 2015
Playing Henderson at right back when you've got clyne on the bench pic.twitter.com/MKllzMlqOQ— Elaine Boyak (@wheeler_liam) June 14, 2015
playing Jones and then Henderson at RB when you have Clyne on the bench pic.twitter.com/cMDOuucw6f— Abiram J (@aj_cfc2) June 14, 2015