Nigerian duo of Ahmed Musa and Wilfred Ndidi failed to save Premier League champions, Leicester City, as they suffered a three nil bashing against Southampton on Sunday.
While Ndidi saw action for the entire 90 minutes, Musa replaced Shinji Okazaki in the 63rd minute of the tie.
The Super Eagles vice captain introduction failed to test the Saints goalkeeper as the homers remained in firm control of the game.
Claude Puel’s side dominated from start to finish against the Foxes as goals from James Ward-Prowse, Jay Rodriguez and Dusan Tadic gave the home side a deserved win.
The defeat for Leicester sees them remain five points clear of the drop zone, and Claudio Ranieri will be a concerned man after witnessing his team succumb so easily on the south coast.
Southampton controlled proceedings and six minutes before the interval, they netted a second when Ward-Prowse’s free kick was headed into the path of Rodriguez, who produced a smart finish at the back post to score his fourth league goal of the season.
Morgan cost his team a goal with five minutes left as he shoved Shane Long to the ground in the penalty area, leaving Tadic to fire the ball into the top corner of the net.