Three Leicester City players have made their first appearances since being bailed on sexual assault charges.
Paul Dickov, Frank Sinclair and Keith Gillespie, who were bailed in Spain after alleged incidents in La Manga, played for Leicester's reserves.
Southampton won the reserve fixture 3-1 but the three, booed throughout by the Saints fans, all completed 90 minutes.
Dickov was particularly impressive and could now return to Micky Adams' first team on Saturday.
Saints took the lead through Simon Gillett before Marian Pahars headed the
Tom Williamson pulled a goal back before Fitz Hall wrapped up the victory for
the home side.
The three Leicester players, who only returned to the UK on bail last week, will have to return to Spain if the case goes to court.