Chelsea Interim manager Guus Hiddink would have been quite happy having overseen the Premier league champions' first successful comeback of the season.

Chelsea chief Guus Hiddink reveals clear-the-air-talks with Baba Rahman
However, the Dutchman had to make an important decision at half time at St Mary's in order to oversee such a remarkable comeback. Left back Baba Rahman had made a crucial error giving away the ball quite cheaply, which sent Shane Long through to score the opening goal for the Saints.

Rahman, who has been the second choice left back with Azpilicueta being preferred ahead of him, was visibly disappointed after seeing his mistake ending up in a goal. It seems the former Augsburg defender could not shake his disappointment away in time before the start of the second half.

When asked to explain the substitution, the former Netherlands boss stated that before the announcement was made, he saw Rahman was down. Hence, he felt that the right decision was to take off the left back at half time. Hiddink stated that Rahman has been quite good for the Blues in recent games but added that it is vital to be critical at times.